Tees Marshalling Yard (British Railways)

Introduction

Marshalling yard, shed and realignment of railway to south. Old Newport Yard retained and absorbed.






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.


A Sunday morning in the shed yard at Thornaby in May 1960. Resident J27 0-6-0 no 65787 is stabled for the weekend alongside several classmates. ...
K A Gray 29/05/1960
Thornaby shed at Tees Yard. ...
Ewan Crawford //
A8 4-6-2T no 69869 photographed on Thornaby shed in May 1960, just a month before official withdrawal. ...
K A Gray 29/05/1960
A4 Pacific 4498 Sir Nigel Gresley on display at an open day at Thornaby on 10 September 1972 sporting a Waverley headboard. ...
John Alexander 10/9/1972

A February 2004 view west over the staging sidings at Tees Marshalling Yard. Off to the left is Thornaby Shed, now closed [see image 20792]. Behind ...
Ewan Crawford 28/02/2004
British Railways developed the substantial Tees Marshalling Yard between 1959 and 1963 on the site of, and to the west of, the North Eastern Railway's ...
Ewan Crawford 28/02/2004