Woodford Halse

The lower and plainer bridge parapet on the left belonged to the Stratford-on-Avon and Midland Joint; while the blue brick and dressed stone on the right was Great Central. Perhaps this was why the MS&L was nicknamed the 'Money Sunk and Lost', and the GC the 'Gone Completely'. The S&MJ trackbed is now a nature reserve.

Location: Woodford Halse

Company: London Extension (Great Central Railway)

Photographer: Ken Strachan

Make contact: Ken Strachan

Date: 04/02/2011

Image number: 50494


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