East Lincolnshire Railway






Dates

  /  /1846East Lincolnshire Railway
Incorporated.
  /  /1848East Lincolnshire Railway
Opened.
  /  /1848East Lincolnshire Railway
Leased by the Great Northern Railway.

Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.



Sibsey signal box and level crossing over the B1184 road in south Lincolnshire on the evening of 8 October 2013. The former station (closed to ...
John McIntyre 08/10/2013
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Closing the gates at East Ville level crossing on the Skegness branch in 1987. ...
Ian Dinmore //1987
A DMU on the level crossing at East Ville, Lincolnshire, on the Skegness branch, on a cold January morning in 1987. ...
Ian Dinmore /01/1987
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The panel and instruments at Bellwater Junction signal box in January 1987. For an external view of the box see 20903. ...
Ian Dinmore 19/01/1987
Thank you and goodnight... last train of the day passes Bellwater Junction in rural East Lincolnshire, on the line between Boston and Firsby, ...
Ian Dinmore //1991
Evening at Bellwater Junction on the Skegness branch in 1991. ...
Ian Dinmore //1991
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Closing the manually operated crossing gates at Little Steeping, Lincolnshire, In February 1989. The location, seen here looking north east, is just ...
Ian Dinmore 03/02/1989
All part of the job. The signalman struggles with the crossing gates against the wind off the North Sea at Little Steeping on the East Lincolnshire ...
Ian Dinmore /02/1988
End of the day, Little Steeping, October 1987. ...
Ian Dinmore /10/1987
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The impressive station frontage at Louth on 10 October 2013. Unfortunately no railway now runs past the other side of the building. After being ...
John McIntyre 10/10/2013
The level crossing at Keddington Road, just south of Louth station, in the 1970s, reputedly one of the widest in the UK. ...
Ian Dinmore //
The magnificent station building at Louth, Lincolnshire in 1977, following closure to passengers in 1970. Happily the building was saved and has now ...
Ian Dinmore //1977
4472 Flying Scotsman stands at Louth station, Lincolnshire, on 21 September 1968 with the LCGB East Riding Ltd railtour from Kings ...
K A Gray 21/09/1968
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In a very rural Lincolnshire location, Ludborough closed to passengers in 1961 although passenger services from Louth continued to pass through until ...
Mark Bartlett 21/05/2012
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