Brandling Junction Railway


  /  /1836Brandling Junction Railway
Act passed.
  /  /1839Brandling Junction Railway
Line opened.
09/03/1840Durham Junction Railway
Opened for passengers. Service runs from Gateshead via the Brandling Junction Railway and Stanhope and Tyne Railway to Washington before continuing to Durham (Rainton Meadows).
23/05/1844Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway
Act for terminus at Gateshead. Was reached via the Pontop and South Shields Railway and the Brandling Junction Railway.

Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

Displaying an almost ecclesiastical form, the surviving building from the first Felling station was opened by the Brandling Junction Railway in 1842 ...
Malcolm Chattwood 03/12/2022
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The T&W Metro is interlaced with heavy rail. An LNER Hitachi unit was stopped at signals (at the site of the closed 3rd Pelaw station) while my ...
Ken Strachan 26/07/2021
A Northern Rail service from Middlesborough to Hexham passes the Metro stabling sidings at Pelaw on 2 December 2022. Whilst an ongoing project to ...
Malcolm Chattwood 02/12/2022
Pelaw is only served by the Tyneside Metro, albeit with a frequent service from South Hylton and South Shields crossing the Tyne towards Newcastle ...
Malcolm Chattwood 02/12/2022
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View north east at Boldon North Junction on a wintry 28 February 2004. The line in the left foreground runs to Boldon West Junction and that in the ...
Ewan Crawford 28/02/2004
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Looking towards Tyne Dock coal loading point reception sidings adjacent to the Cemex concrete plant on Jarrow Road on 25 August 2013. Locomotives ...
David Pesterfield 25/08/2013
Vehicle roof view of mostly hidden recent import GBRf 66748, together with 66737 & an unidentified class member, seen stabled at Tyne Dock coal ...
David Pesterfield 25/08/2013
J25 no 65645 shunts a high-capacity iron ore hopper alongside the loading gantry at Tyne Dock bottom in March 1960. The 40 plus locomotives allocated ...
K A Gray 26/03/1960
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