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Paisley Gilmour Street: The 16.22 Bishopton-Glasgow Central arriving at Paisley Gilmour Street on 6th April 1967, during the final month of steam operation. The service was at that time frequently worked by a Class 5 running tender first - on this occasion Black 5 45013.

Glasgow and Paisley Joint Railway
Robin McGregor [06/04/1967]

Charlestown Goods Signal Box: The sea wall at Charlestown, with Crombie Depot beyond, in September 2020. I think the upright section of the wall is the site of where the signal box stood.

Charlestown Railway
Mark Poustie [24/09/2020]

Newton-le-Willows Junction: TfW 175003 has just passed under the M6 and through Newton-le-Willows Junction, once known as Parkside Liverpool Junction, where the chord to Lowton and Golborne Junctions diverges. This is a Llandudno to Manchester Airport service now taking the L&M route eastwards on 8th February 2021.

Liverpool and Manchester Railway
Mark Bartlett [09/02/2021]

Bathgate East Junction [2nd]: ScotRail EMU 334029 passing below the A7066 at Boghall on the eastern approach to Bathgate on a wet 19 December 2019, with what appears to be major maintenance work underway on the road bridge. The train in question is the 1021 Edinburgh Waverley - Helensburgh Central.

Edinburgh and Bathgate Railway
John Furnevel [19/12/2019]

Upper Greenock: The 5.13pm Glasgow Central - Wemyss Bay restarting from Upper Greenock on 30 June 1964. Locomotive in charge is BR Standard Tank no 80118.

Greenock and Wemyss Bay Railway
G H Robin collection by courtesy of the Mitchell Library, Glasgow [30/06/1964]

Blairhill: The temporary(?) ticket office at Blairhill was already looking a bit weathered in July 1997 but was to stay in use for an incredible 20 more years before a proper building with shelter for passengers opened down below. To be fair this one did get a facelift in between.

Glasgow and Coatbridge Branch (North British Railway)
David Panton [17/07/1997]

Burghlee Ground Frame: Burghlee ground frame location in the 1990s after lifting of the Bilston Glen Colliery approaches. This view looking north towards Loanhead.

Edinburgh, Loanhead and Roslin Railway
Bill Roberton [//1990]

RNAD Crombie: The setting sun catches the bridge over the Lyne Burn in October 2020. The gates of RNAD Crombie are immediately to the left of the bridge and Braeside Junction is off to the right.

Charlestown Railway
Mark Poustie [10/10/2020]

Lancaster: With a southbound Pendolino in platform 4 a Network Rail test train passes Lancaster on the Down Main heading to Carlisle on the afternoon of 27 September 2016. 37608 was leading and 37611 on the rear both sporting the Europhoenix logo.

Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
John McIntyre [27/09/2016]