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


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

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

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


The famous Firsby Curve, built by the GNR in 1881, linked the East Lincolnshire Railway to the Wainfleet and Firsby and allowed through running of ...
Mark Bartlett 09/04/1994










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



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