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There are 13 pages of railways in this region.
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Ambergate to Pye Bridge and Codnor Park (Midland Railway)


Stanton No. 24, an 0-4-0CT built by Andrew Barclay in 1925 stands in the open air at the Midland Railway Centre, Butterley, in April 1977. [Bill Jamieson]

Ambergate, Nottingham and Boston and Eastern Junction Railway


An East Midlands service heading towards Grantham calls at Bottesford in the late afternoon of 19 March 2011. Footbridges do not seem to feature at many stations in this part of the world and this station also has staggered platforms. A closer examination also shows that a short length of ... [John McIntyre]

Annesley Branch (Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway)


Withdrawn class N5 0-6-2T 69263 in the sidings at Staveley in 1960. The 1893 veteran had recently been withdrawn from Langwith Junction and was cut up at Doncaster Works by the end of the year. [K A Gray]

Ashborne Branch and Cromford and High Peak Railway Doubling and Deviations (London and North Western Railway)


Limestone cutting on the Tissington Trail, mid way between Parsley Hay and Hartington. This view looks back towards the junction south of Parsley Hay where the High Peak trail leaves the old Ashbourne line [See image 39041]. [Mark Bartlett]

Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Committee (London and North Western Railway and Midland Railway)


As Douglas Adams might have said: almost exactly, but not quite, level crossing gates. Ornamental entrance to the Weddington Railway Walk from Weddington Road.[see image 26581] for a winter view nearer to the Trent Vally main line. [Ken Strachan]

Ashby Curve (Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Committee)


This curve from the MR Ashby-Birmingham route [see image 26581] into the WCML and Nuneaton Trent Valley (former) platform 5 makes a pleasant footpath or cycleway - and, mercifully, will not be demolished to make way for the new North Chord! [See image 36137] [Ken Strachan]

Aylesbury and Buckingham Railway


A dmu operating the shuttle service from Aylesbury to Quainton Road to serve the open day. In the background, GWR pannier tank 7715 (latterly London Transport L99) waits at the Brill branch platform with the demonstration train. [Bill Roberton]

List of locations in this area

Allington West Junction Alsop-en-le-Dale Ashbourne Ashby Junction 

Bingham Bottesford Butterley 

Hartington Higham-on-the-Hill 

Measham 

Nuneaton 

Parsley Hay 

Quainton Road 

Shackerstone Shenton Staveley (GC) Stoke Golding 

Thorpe Cloud Tissington 

Weddington Junction