A History of Britain’s Railways

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Irwell Vale: Newly restored BR Standard 4MT 76084 is wintering on the ELR and taking its turn on services in between main line runs. The 2-6-0 is seen leaving Irwell Vale for Rawtenstall with the first train of the day on 11th February 2017.
East Lancashire Railway
Mark Bartlett [11/02/2017]

Bowness: View north at Bowness along the causeway towards the former Solway Viaduct in 2002.
Solway Junction Railway
Mike Shannon [/03/2002]

Rosyth Dockyard: Thomas Hill 'Vanguard' thought to be for repair by Babcock Engineering. Taken on Navy Day 1990.
Dunfermline and Queensferry Railway
Bill Roberton [//1990]

Stonehouse Viaduct: A postcard view of Stonehouse Viaduct looking towards the town.
Mid Lanark Lines (Caledonian Railway)
H Miller [//]

Tradeston Refuse Destructor: Looking north towards Windmillcroft at the Tradeston Refuse Destructor in March 1956. To the left is the Tradeston Gasworks No 3 and off to the right is the Caledonian's West Street Goods.
Polloc and Govan Railway
G H Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow [29/03/1956]

Ordsall Chord: A view of the new bridge on the Ordsall Chord on 22 February 2017, taken from a passing Manchester Victoria to Liverpool Lime Street service.
Network Rail
John McIntyre [22/02/2017]

Hunterston Ore Terminal: Iron ore carrier 'Enterprise' at Hunterston Pier in 1989. This facility allowed import of iron ore and coal for the Ravenscraig Steelworks and replaced General Terminus in Glasgow. Since closure of the steelworks it has been used to import coal for power stations.
British Steel Corporation
Ewan Crawford [//1989]

Forteviot: 60009 'Union of South Africa' approaches Forteviot with the northbound 'Fair Maid'. 14th January 1984.
Scottish Central Railway
Graeme Blair [14/01/1984]
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