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A northbound freight, thought to be hauled by an A3 Pacific with German smoke deflectors, pulls into Riccarton Junction in September 1963. The railway village, at that time still a living community, can be seen in the left background, with Riccarton South box to the right.
Frank Spaven Collection (Courtesy David Spaven) [/09/1963]


The platform and once neat tree at Riccarton Junction. The bricks of the demolished buildings lie in the bay platform and beyond the tree.
Roy Lambeth [11/06/1984]


All quiet at Riccarton Junction on the afternoon of 7 November 2007 - not even the sound of a telephone ringing. Rails at this time had been provided courtesy of the Friends of Riccarton Junction. [See image 17226]
John Furnevel [07/11/2007]
All photographs of Riccarton Junction
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