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GCR Notts

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Weekday Cross Junction, Nottingham June 1967 (2624)

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 Loughborough,GC Line Vintage Trains, Old Trains, Diesel Locomotive, Steam Locomotive, Abandoned Train, Steam Railway, British Rail, History Images, Steamers

9F 92069 nr. Loughborough,GC Line Jun'64.

9F 92069 (Annesley) was passed near Loughborough from my D/M-U on the GC line.

 LMS rebuilt Patriot class 45544 on Thames Clyde express duty passing Toton Sidings. Locomotive Engine, Steam Locomotive, Diesel Locomotive, Old Train Station, Steam Railway, Abandoned Amusement Parks, Train Art, Old Trains, British Rail

How Toton Sidings became a huge railway hub - in Victorian days

The Government has now confirmed that Toton Sidings, one of the largest rail depots in the UK, will be the site for a new station serving Nottingham and Derby as part of the the new HS2 high-speed...

 The open bus station is now the site of the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre Old Train Station, Bus Station, Nottingham City, Rail Transport, Steam Railway, Engin, Old Trains, British Rail, Barnsley

Following the closure of Mapperley Tunnel in April 1960, all coal trains to and from Colwick yard were diverted through Nottingham Victoria. Here, ex-LNER 2-8-0 no. 63878 makes its way south past Weekday Cross junction.

The GCR bridge over Arkwright Street, Nottingham, looking north in January This area has since been completely redeveloped. Nottingham City, Nottingham Station, Nostalgic Pictures, English Architecture, Disused Stations, Old Commercials, Good Old Times, Water Tower, History Photos

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The GCR bridge over Arkwright Street, Nottingham, looking north in January 1975. This area has since been completely redeveloped.

Old photograph Annersley Dido This is the ‘Annersley Dido’ (Day in day out) which ran from the opening of Annersley shed in 1897 to its closure in seventy years. It was for the exclusive us… Live Steam Locomotive, Steam Trains Uk, Disused Stations, Steam Railway, British Rail, Train Engines, Old Photographs, Train Car, Steam Engine

Old Photograph – The ‘Annersley Dido’

Old photograph Annersley Dido This is the ‘Annersley Dido’ (Day in day out) which ran from the opening of Annersley shed in 1897 to its closure in 1967, seventy years. It was for the exclusive us…

Nottingham's once extensive railway network Nottingham City, Disused Stations, Steam Railway, Model Train Layouts, History Photos, Train Station, Model Trains, How To Plan, Victoria

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A recent program on my local television station (Notts Tv) suggested that Nottingham once had 26 railway stations so i did some research and came up with the following stations that once existed within the city of Nottingham. [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=””…

Colwick locomotive and goods yards, Nottingham, viewed from above Gedling. Nottingham Uk, Steam Railway, Local History, Train Station, Locomotive, Yards, Trains, Britain, 1960s

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Colwick locomotive and goods yards, Nottingham, 1960s, viewed from above Gedling.

The south portal of Sherwood Tunnel in St. Ann's Well station is behind the photographer. Nottingham Station, Nottingham City, Derelict Places, Third Rail, Disused Stations, St Anne, History Photos, Steam Locomotive, Derbyshire

St. Ann's Well Station

The south portal of Sherwood Tunnel in 1904; St. Ann's Well station is behind the photographer.