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Midland Railway, Mangotsfield Station, Bristol | by brizzle born and bred Old Train Station, Train Stations, Heritage Railway, Bristol England, Disused Stations, Junction Boxes, City Of Bristol, British Rail, Train Journey

Midland Railway, Mangotsfield Station, Bristol

Mangotsfield station is beyond the northern limit of the Avon Valley Railway, the A4174 Avon ring road severs the trackbed to Bitton. This is the 'new' Mangotsfield station, the original location is now a private dwelling in the nearby village of Shortwood on the line towards Yate. Once a busy station on the Midland Railway Bristol to Gloucester line and the northern terminius of the Midland Railway Mangotsfield to Bath branch line, the Beeching report recommended its closure and services…

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Bath Green Park Top Shed

1964 82004, 45105, 47308, 3742 with 53808 out of service on the gas siding behind the old carriage Brough to the front as I have always been pleased with this shot of the Midland Shed. Taken in the evening, I wish I had taken more like it. I was lucky to just be able to wander round here, The Black 5 is waiting to take out the 10.15 parcels to the north. This was rostered for a Peak but was regularly replaced by steam, usually a 5 or Jubilee, but a B1 or rebuilt Pat turned up…

Ex.LMS black 5 no.44944 ............................................ BR standard 4 no.75009 Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Bath Uk, Old Train Station, Disused Stations, Railroad History, Steam Railway, Southern Railways, British Rail

Green park station,bath...1962

Ex.LMS black 5 no.44944 ............................................ BR standard 4 no.75009

Unusual power at Bath Green Park, Leeds Holbeck's Caprotti Black 5 44755 stands at the buffer stops having worked in with the Bristol Temple Meads - Bournemouth West service, Heritage Train, Steam Railway, Train Art, Railway Posters, British Rail, Old Trains, Train Engines, Green Park, Model Train Layouts

Unusual power at Bath Green Park, Leeds Holbeck's Caprotti Black 5 44755 stands at the buffer stops having worked in with the 08.20 Bristol Temple Meads.

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Somerset and Dorset | Radstock North 010765 DF169

Radstock North Station with Standard 5 4-6-0 73054 waiting to depart with the 9.50 Bath G. P. to Bournemouth service, 1/7/65. ©www.railphotoprints.co.uk - Derek Fear

The overall roof of Bath Green Park, although devoid of glass and badly in need of a coat of paint, still lends the derelict station an air of importance in this autumn 1967 view. In December of that year the City Council made use of the site as a tempora Old Train Station, Train Stations, Abandoned Train, Abandoned Places, Uk Rail, Disused Stations, Steam Railway, Southern Railways, Railway Posters

Green Park station interior autumn 1967

The overall roof of Bath Green Park, although devoid of glass and badly in need of a coat of paint, still lends the derelict station an air of importance in this autumn 1967 view. In December of that year the City Council made use of the site as a tempora

1961 Warmley railway station, signal box, South Gloucestershire | by brizzle born and bred Old Pictures, Old Photos, Bristol England, Old Train Station, Standard Gauge, City Of Bristol, British Rail, Train Rides, Avon

1961 Warmley railway station, signal box, South Gloucestershire

Warmley Station and the 1918 old signal box it still remains today as a reminder of it's former railway glory days. 1979 The former railway line that ran through the centre of the parish had fallen into decay since the track had been taken away five years earlier. The whole line had been acquired by Kingswood District Council for the nominal sum of £5 from British Rail. The low price tag was because the authority was then responsible for all the bridges and cuttings along its course…

Somerset and Dorset Railway Evercreech Philip D. Transport Pictures, Disused Stations, Steam Railway, Train Art, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Somerset, Great Britain, Transportation

Evercreech Junction

Evercreech JunctionEvercreech Junction - Evercreech JunctionEvercreech Junction - Evercreech Junction by Philip Hawkins

88 shown here on the turntable at Minehead Station. Built by Robert Stephenson & Sons in 1925 withdrawn from British Rail service in In regular use for the West Somerset Autumn Gala, October Southern Railways, British Rail, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Somerset, Great Britain, Engineering, England, Train

Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway, 7F Class 2-8-088.

88 shown here on the turntable at Minehead Station. Built by Robert Stephenson & Sons in 1925 withdrawn from British Rail service in 1963. In regular use for the West Somerset Autumn Gala, October 2011.

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1965 Bath Green Park railway station, Somerset

image above: Bath Green Park railway station Oct 1965 Bristol bound train engine number 82044. Green Park railway station is a former railway station in Bath, Somerset, England. For some of its life, it was known as Bath Queen Square. Green Park station was opened in 1870 as the terminus of Midland Railway's Mangotsfield and Bath Branch Line. Originally named Queen Square station, it was built in an elegant style which blends well with the Georgian buildings around it and includes a…

Warmley Station, South Gloucestershire BS30 | by brizzle born and bred Bristol England, Wooden Buildings, City Of Bristol, Old Photos, Railroad Tracks, Cathedral, The Neighbourhood, Train Stations, Bath

Warmley Station, South Gloucestershire BS30

Warmley was a small railway station just south of Mangotsfield on the Midland Railway Mangotsfield and Bath Branch Line. The station was sited just north of a level crossing on the A420 road through the town. It had wooden buildings: the shelter on the down platform (towards Bath) survives and is used on occasion as a refreshment stop on the Bristol & Bath Railway Path, which follows the route of the railway.