12 Images released on Tuesday 11/06/2019

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Bowling [CR]: Looking east towards Bowling (CR) station on 02 June 2019 along the trackbed of the L&D. This short tunnel has structure reference number 60 still visible on the east end portal some 55 years after the closure of the line.

Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway
John McIntyre [01/06/2019]

Hardengreen Viaduct: A northbound train on the Borders Railway passes Dahousie Mains and crosses Hardengreen Viaduct on 28 June 2018. The ScotRail 0859 Tweedbank - Edinburgh Waverley is approximately half a mile from its next scheduled stop at Eskbank.

Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway
John Furnevel [28/06/2018]

Appleby: I was standing waiting for the 1514hrs Northern service to Carlisle on 27th April 2019 and the signal was up. I was rather surprised to see so many people on the platform, and I did wonder why, but the arrival of 60009 explained that. My own train was delayed by about fifteen minutes but it was nice to see this steaming through Appleby.

Settle and Carlisle Line (Midland Railway)
Duncan Ross [27/04/2019]

Pitlochry: The platforms at Pitlochry may have been transformed recently, but the old lattice footbridge (the sort with the alarmingly low parapet) has been allowed to stay. It gives me this view of the 1224 to Inverness pulling in to while simultaneous southbound departure approaches behind me. I'm guessing that the 'SJP' signal designator is Stanley Junction to Pitlochry even though the (for now) manually signalled Dunkeld is in between.

Inverness and Perth Junction Railway
David Panton [29/05/2019]

North Connel: Leaving North Connel northbound having just crossed the Connel Ferry Viaduct on a train to Ballachulish in 1961.

Ballachulish Branch (Callander and Oban Railway)
David Murray-Smith [20/03/1961]

Stubbins: East Lancashire Railway train from Bury Bolton Street to Rawtenstall passing the disused Stubbins station, looking back south towards Bury, on 5th April 2016. Despite a salient of modern housing quite close to this former station, it has rather surprisingly not been revived for heritage services. Just south of the station, the former main line to Accrington diverged and passed by the station but without any platforms. This closed on 5th December 1966, another victim of the infamous Beeching cuts.

East Lancashire Railway
David Bosher [05/04/2016]

Whitby West Cliff: The former station master's house at Whitby West Cliff, adjoining the north end of the station building on the up side and seen here in October 2008. The station closed in 1961, following which it was converted into a number of private residential units, with the location renamed Beechings Mews... for some reason. [See image 21088]
See query 2100

Whitby, Redcar and Middlesbrough Union Railway
John Furnevel [02/10/2008]

Lyneside: The base of the former signalbox at Lyneside. Seen on an NBRSG outing on the 1st of June.

Border Union Railway (North British Railway)
Bill Roberton [01/06/2019]

Ford Bridgend Engine Plant: This is the level crossing with the A48 at Waterton on the branch to the works from the Vale of Glamorgan Railway. Seen on 6th June, 2019 the day they announced the Bridgend Ford Engine Plant will close in 2020.

Bridgend Motorworks Branch (British Railways)
Alastair McLellan [06/06/2019]

Buchanan Street: 'Union of South Africa' at Buchanan Street.

Buchanan Street Extension (Caledonian Railway)
Aitken Scott [//]

Northallerton: TPE 185128, heading south towards York, about to leave Northallerton Station on 2nd June 2019.

Great North of England Railway
Peter Todd [02/06/2019]

Callander (Dreadnought): NBL D6122 and a classmate on an Oban to Glasgow service at Callander in August 1961. The lead locomotive reportedly ended its days in Barry scrapyard, but did it? [See image 59244].

Callander and Oban Railway
David Murray-Smith [26/08/1961]