Halesworth to Woodbridge Extension (East Suffolk Railway)






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

The down platform and canopy at Woodbridge station in November 1976. In 2011, nearly all the architectural features in this view remained in good ...
Mark Dufton 07/11/1976
The driver of 31 173 waits to be waved away from Woodbridge on Saturday April 15th 1984. The train is the 8.27 a.m. departure to London Liverpool ...
Mark Dufton 14/04/1984


An Ipswich to Lowestoft DMU pauses at the down platform of Wickham Market for Campsea Ash station in November 1976. A more accurate description would ...
Mark Dufton 07/11/1976



This is the former goods dock at the northern end of Saxmundham station on 16th April 1979, when it was serving as a pen for a rather languid canine ...
Mark Dufton 16/04/1979
The station at Saxmundham in November 1976, photographed from the former staggered down platform. This platform, together with its associated ...
Mark Dufton 07/11/1976
Overlooked by the East Suffolk Line's RETB signalling centre on the left, a Class 153 waits to depart from Saxmundham as the 17.09 to Ipswich on 15th ...
David Spaven 15/06/2011
1983 - 1984 was a time of major transition on the East Suffolk line from Ipswich to Lowestoft. To ensure its survival, sections of the line were ...
Mark Dufton 10/09/1983

The view towards Halesworth from the northbound platform at Darsham station in November 1976. The disused goods shed was demolished a few months after ...
Mark Dufton 07/11/1976
Commuters and school pupils throng the platform at Darsham as 37050 eases to a stop with the 07.57 Lowestoft to London Liverpool Street buffet car ...
Mark Dufton 08/05/1984

The northern end of Halesworth station in November 1976. Before the road bridge in the background was built in the 1960s, the platforms were combined ...
Mark Dufton 07/11/1976