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Ormskirk Station on the East Lancashire route from Preston to Liverpool Exchange. No longer a through route as the
Electrified line from LIverpool terminates head on with the line from Preston, of course in a real world the line would
have been Electrified throughout, but I suppose at least there is still a service. 01/08/2009

Ormskirk Station after a recent facelift. 01/08/2009


The Merseyrail end of Ormskirk Station looking towards Preston. 01/08/2009


Burscough Bridge Station on the Lancashire & Yorkshire route to Southport via Wigan. 01/08/2009

Burscough Bridge Station looking towards Manchester and the Junction with the Preston-Orskirk route. 01/08/2009


Burscough Bridge Station. 01/08/2009


Gaisgill Station, first stop out from Tebay on the North Eastern route to Kirkby Stephen East. 01/08/2009

Gaisgill Station looking East, now the A685. 01/08/2009

The North Eastern Railway approach to Tebay with the then stored Merseyrail 502 electric units. 01/08/2009

Tebay. 01/08/2009


Tebay. The units have since been moved to an undercover site at Burscough. 01/08/2009


NER Smardale Station. 01/08/2009


NER Smardale Station between Tebay and Kirkby Stephen East,
a short distance from where the NER passed under the Settle & Carlisle. 01/08/2009


The Midland Railways Crosby Garrett Station on the Settle & Carlisle. 01/08/2009

Crosby Garrett Station House. 01/08/2009


Crosby Garrett Station looking north. 01/08/2009


Crosby Garrett Viaduct on the Settle & Carlisle. 01/08/2009

Crosby Garrett Viaduct on the Settle & Carlisle. 01/08/2009


NER Overbridge at Smardale. 01/08/2009


Batty Moss (Ribblehead) Viaduct. 01/08/2009


Batty Moss (Ribblehead) Viaduct. 01/08/2009


Llanwrst & Trefriw Station on the LNWR Blaenau Ffestiniog line looking towards Llandudno Junction. 02/08/2009

Llanwrst & Trefriw Station looking towards Blaenau. 02/08/2009


Llanwrst & Trefriw Station, renamed North Llanwrst when the
new station south of the tunnel was opened in 1989. 02/08/2009


Llanwrst Signal Box. 02/08/2009


South portal of Llanwrst Tunnel. 02/08/2009


Further up the Conway Valley, Bettws-y-Coed Station complete
with minature railway, a very popular destination in the summer. 02/08/2009


Bettws-y-Coed Station looking north to Blaenau, showing how long the platforms once were. 02/08/2009


Bettws-y-Coed Station. 02/08/2009


Llanberis Engine Shed. 02/08/2009


Llanberis Station on the Snowdon Mountain Railway. 02/08/2009


Porthmadog Station with what looks like a 76xxx BR Standard 4 approaching. 03/08/2009


Porthmadog Station. 03/08/2009


Pwllheli Signal Box. 03/08/2009


Pwllheli Station. 03/08/2009

Pwllheli Station. 03/08/2009


Pwllheli Station western terminus of the Cambrian Railway. 03/08/2009


Harlech Station on the Cambrian coast between Portmadog and Barmouth. 03/08/2009

Harlech Station. 03/08/2009


Harlech Station. 03/08/2009


Dinas, LNWR Junction with the Welsh Highland Railway. 03/08/2009

Dinas Station. 03/08/2009


Pitts Head, summit of the Welsh Highland Railway. 03/08/2009

 


Caernarvon Tunnel South Portal, on the LNWR Bangor-Afonwen. 03/08/2009

 


Caernarvon Tunnel South Portal. 03/08/2009


North Portal of Caernarvon Tunnel. 03/08/2009


Trackbed north of Caernarvon Tunnel. 03/08/2009


Trackbed north of Caernarvon Tunnel. 03/08/2009


Beaverpool Tunnel West Portal on the LNWR to Ffestiniog,
a tough prospect for steam, 1:47 and very sharp curves hence the check rails. 05/08/2009


Beaverpool Tunnel West Portal. 05/08/2009


Pont-y-Pant Station, a welcome site for crews labouring out of
Beaverpool Tunnel and the top of the steepest section. 05/08/2009


Pont-y-Pant Station, on the LNWR branch to Ffestiniog. 05/08/2009


Roman Bridge Station, last station before Bleanau Tunnel. 05/08/2009

Roman Bridge Station. 05/08/2009

Looking down on the approach to Blaenau Tunnel which is out of sight to th left. Once a very
complicated areawith exchange sidings between the LNWR and the narrow gauge Ffestiniog Railway,
a station called Dinas on the Narrow Gauge and the first Ffestiniog Station on the Standard Gauge. 05/08/2009


Bleanau Ffestiniog. 05/08/2009


South Portal of the 2.2 mile Bleanau Tunnel. 05/08/2009


Looking down from the tunnel towards Blaenau Ffestiniog. 05/08/2009


Bleanau Ffestiniog LNWR Station. 05/08/2009


Crawley Signal Box between Three Bridges and Horsham. 15/08/2009


The First Crawley Station. 15/08/2009

Air Vent to St Leonards Tunnel in Hastings. 15/08/2009

Grounded Coach and Tram bodies at Winchelsea. 15/08/2009

Grounded Coach and Tram bodies at Winchelsea. 15/08/2009

Grounded Coach and Tram bodies at Winchelsea. 15/08/2009


Grounded Coach and Tram bodies at Winchelsea. 15/08/2009


Polegate Crossing Signal Box in happier days. 15/08/2009

Polegate Crossing Signal Box. 15/08/2009

Ropley Station, the Topiary has been a
feature of the station for many years. 03/09/2009


Crossing at Bishops Waltham. 03/09/2009


Botley Signal Box. Junction for the short branch to Bidhops Waltham, between Eastleigh and Fareham. 03/09/2009


Botley Signal Box. 03/09/2009


Botley Station looking towards Fareham. 03/09/2009


Botley Station looking towards Eastleigh, the junction for Bishops Waltham is in the distance. 03/09/2009


Corfe Castle Station, construction of the replica signal box well under way. 04/09/2009


Corfe Castle Station. 04/09/2009


Swanage Engine Shed. 04/09/2009


Viaduct at Corfe Castle, now a very popular spot for
photographing the steam hauled trains on the Swanage Railway. 11/09/2009


Harmans Cross Signal Box a new build built by the Swanage Railway. 17/10/2009


Poole Signal Box. 04/09/2009


Hamworthy remains on the short branch from Hamworthy
Junction on the mainline from Bournemouth to Weymouth. 04/09/2009

Hamworthy Station, the branch stayed open untill recently for Oil traffic. 04/09/2009

Hamworthy Station. 04/09/2009


Hamworthy looking at the goods line extension past the station. 04/09/2009


Bournemouth Central Station looking towards London, the Engine Shed was on the left. 14/10/2009
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