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
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Melton station, on the now partly singled Ipswich to Lowestoft line, looking towards Saxmundham on 31st July 2019. Melton closed to passenger services ...
Mark Bartlett 31/07/2019
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Looking south from the surviving platform at Wickham Market as 170273 approaches heading for Lowestoft on 1st August 2019. Alongside the train the ...
Mark Bartlett 01/08/2019
The station building at Wickham Market has been superbly restored inside and out and now accommodates a cafe and community meeting rooms, as well as ...
Mark Bartlett 31/07/2019
The fine restoration of Wickham Market station building in 2017 is commemorated by a plaque under the reinstated canopy. This view looks south towards ...
Mark Bartlett 01/08/2019
A view towards Lowestoft along the surviving platform at now singled Wickham market station in July 2019. Big changes here since Mark Dufton ...
Mark Bartlett 01/08/2019
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Wickham Market Junction, just to the north of the station, was the point where the single track branch line to Framlingham left the Ipswich to ...
Mark Bartlett 02/08/2019
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Greater Anglia 153314 approaches the level crossing at Benhall, to the south of Saxmundham, working from Ipswich to Lowestoft on 30th July 2019. It is ...
Mark Bartlett 30/07/2019
Sprinter 156419, working from Lowestoft to Ipswich on 30th July 2019, pauses at the Up platform at Saxmundham alongside display panels promoting the ...
Mark Bartlett 30/07/2019
Saxmundham signal box outlived closure of other mechanical boxes to become the East Suffolk Line RETB Control Centre, covering all signals from ...
Mark Bartlett 30/07/2019
A direct comparison with See image 35329, from only eight years earlier, showing the radically different appearance of Saxmundham station ...
Mark Bartlett 30/07/2019
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New station signs at Saxmundham have an additional area below, currently promoting the introduction of the new Class 755 FLIRT trains to Greater ...
Mark Bartlett 31/07/2019
Unstaffed Darsham station, on the Ipswich to Lowestoft line, still retains its fine station building. This view looks south towards Saxmundham on 30th ...
Mark Bartlett 30/07/2019
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
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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
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