Colne Valley and Halstead Railway






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

Platform scene at Chappel and Wakes Colne on 16 November showing Greater Anglia unit 153322 calling with the 10.26 Sudbury - Marks Tey service. ...
Peter Todd 16/11/2014
Saying it with flowers, on platform 2 (the museum side, as opposed to the national railway) at Chappel and Wakes Colne on 20 July 2013. [See image ...
Ken Strachan 20/07/2013
A distinctly compact pump trolley on display at the East Anglian Railway Museum at Chappel and Wakes Colne on 20th July 2013. ...
Ken Strachan 20/07/2013
Something shiny in the goods shed at the East Anglian Railway Museum - two four-wheeled vehicles, being a GE First Class coach and a luggage/guards ...
Ken Strachan 20/07/2013


Line closed in 1965.
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The former station at White Colne in June 1976, looking towards Earls Colne. Tickets used to be issued from the porch, but latterly the platform was ...
Mark Dufton 06/06/1976
Derelict and ruined stations evoke a variety of sentiments, but in January 1976, the remains of White Colne station had the chilling feel of a ...
Mark Dufton 10/01/1976


The location given inside this telephone kiosk was 'Halstead Railway Station'. The kiosk stood close to the front entrance of the station, but by 12th ...
Mark Dufton 12/02/1978

Something different on the motive power front - a 4-wheel mechanical shunter based on a Fordson tractor at the Colne Valley Railway centre in July ...
Ken Strachan 20/07/2013
Ignore the modern plasticky stuff and Disabled Parking sign. Just look at that corrugated iron roof, and the partly-refinished paintwork, and imagine ...
Ken Strachan 20/07/2013
You shunt your way, and I'll shunt mine. D2700 [see image 44573] and D2184 give an impression of great busyness at the Colne Valley Railway in July ...
Ken Strachan 20/07/2013
Artistry in cast iron at Sible and Castle Hedingham in July 2013. This is the 'Halstead' side of the station. [see image 44707] ...
Ken Strachan 20/07/2013