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The day we said goodbye to King's Nympton, Lady's Bridge and Midsomer Norton: How Beeching's Axe fell on the beautiful small stations of old England 50 years ago Disused Stations, British Seaside, Abandoned Train, 50 Years Ago, Water Tower, Steam Locomotive, Train Tracks, England, Building

The day we said goodbye to King's Nympton, Lady's Bridge and Midsomer Norton: How Beeching's Axe fell on the beautiful small stations of old England 50 years ago

Many of the pictures from the 1960s depict hoards of rail enthusiasts clutching their cameras as they grab a final photo of a steam engine on their local branch line.

Ardingly Station, now disused, first opened in October 1864 on the west side of College Road, it closed in nearly 100 years later. Disused Stations, Old Trains, West Side, Steam Locomotive, Train Station, Brighton, Abandoned, Bridge, Tube

Ardingly Station

Ardingly Station, now disused, first opened in October 1864 on the west side of College Road, it closed in 1963, nearly 100 years later.

The old station in Gosport, Hants was once of the most important stations in the country as Queen Victoria used to alight here to inspect the ships in nearby Portsmouth Harbour. Now it is a derelict station with overgrown weeds and grass. The redundant and badly needed railway line is now a cycle track. Portsmouth Harbour, Stevenage, Disused Stations, Steam Railway, Queen Victoria, Hampshire, Countryside, Places Ive Been, Abandoned

The old station in Gosport, Hants was once of the most important stations in the country as Queen Victoria used to alight here to inspect the ships in nearby Portsmouth Harbour. Now it is a derelict station with overgrown weeds and grass. The redundant and badly needed railway line is now a cycle track.