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Shrouded in steam, a member of the footplate crew climbs back on board Ivatt 4MT 2-6-0 no 43129 at Bellingham on 9 November 1963. The locomotive has just run round The Wansbeck Wanderer and is preparing to return to Reedsmouth. The special will later visit the Rothbury branch [see image 31617] before heading back to Newcastle via Morpeth.
K A Gray [09/11/1963]


The old Border Counties station building at Bellingham on 5 November 2007 with the usual chilly and slightly uncomfortable aura surrounding it. My thoughts, as always, turn to Stephen King^s The Marsten House... (add sound of creaking floorboard and owl hooting)
John Furnevel [05/11/2007]


The old Bellingham station, closed in 1956, as seen from the road into the village from Redesmouth. It was later used as Council offices but has a plaque identifying its former role. [See image 1843] for the platform side view.
Mark Bartlett [07/06/2013]
All photographs of Bellingham (North Tyne)
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