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Stour Valley Railway Part 2 Through Time



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This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which the Stour Valley Railway has changed and developed over the last century.






This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which the Stour Valley Railway has changed and developed over the last century.


Holden E4 GER T26 240 Passing Mount Bures Bank during the 1940s. The station was opened by the Eastern Counties Railway in 1845 and later became a junction with the opening of the Stour Valley Railway from Haverhill on 1 June 1865. This site has been created to assist railway photographers in their travels around the country. It was acquired by the SVR Severn Valley Railway when the southern extension from Alveley Sidings to Foley Park was purchased in December 1972. Stour Valley Railway Part 2 Through Time Clare to Shelford Audley End Via Bartlow Literatura obcojzyczna ju od 8051 z od 8051 z porównanie cen w 2 .


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Stour Valley Railway Through Time takes the reader on a tour of the line past and present showing through old and contemporary photographs the history of the stations on the line over the last fortyfour years the remnants of the route north of Sudbury the surviving branch at Marks Tey and a look at the East Anglian Railway Museum at. This part of the Stour Valley line dates from 1865 and survived for 102 years the Saffron Walden branch followed a few months later. A grand long avenue to the hall. This has been a very pleasant scenic walk largely avoiding any roads and visiting hardly any villages through a very attractive part of the country and I am looking forward to doing the next stage towards Chilham or Chartham. The Shrewsbury and Chester The Shrewsbury and Birmingham and The Shropshire Union Railway and Canal Company who were the owners of the Ellesmere Canal. Number of Pages 96 pages Format Paperback. Wallis ISBN 24099 Genre Transportation File Size 40. Under the Beeching axe the line was one of many deemed uneconomic and hence surplus to the needs of the new railway strategy.. Stour Valley Railway Part 2 Through Time. Stour Valley Railway Part 2 Through Time Author Andy T. The route cuts across the bottom of a valley that runs up to the right before ascending quite steeply up to the woodland. The subsequent completion of the line onwards to Sudbury a few months later created a through link with Colchester on the Great Eastern Main Line.This was used by through holiday trains between ClactononSea and the. Stour Valley Railway Part 2 Through Time Clare to Shelford Audley End Wallis Andy T.


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