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Blyth. Image of Railway Station

BLYTH railway station.

Morpeth (Blyth & Tyne) station (track side) in April 1978. The sidings closest to the building have been removed but others out of view are still in use.

Image of Railway Station

(Above-Below) The photographer has continued his walk past the transit shed, turned 180 degrees and photographed this view from the rail crossover adjacent ...

... Blyth Railway station, circa 1900 | by Billy Embleton

(Above) The first passenger station was opened in 1847 by the Blyth & Tyne railway (B&TR) opposite the Fox and Hounds Hotel in the Cowpen Quay area.

(Above) Blyth Station frontage in British Railways days. If only it was possible to identify the registration plate of the van. The reasons being, it would ...

Although I am happy with the eventual results, my advice to anyone pursuing the same standard of authenticity is to not rely entirely on architects' plans ...

In this 'tinted' view, the down platform buildings are clearly shown, as is the overtrack building constructed by the North Eastern Railway ...

Morpeth goods sidings, looking east in September 1978. The building of the former Blyth & Tyne Railway's passenger terminus is seen to the right.

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Why was Tynemouth Station so big?

Similarly, the station frontage (above) was also taken on 12th August, by the same Blyth News photographer, for the same reason.

Blyth station looking east in April 1952. A passenger train is at the head of the north platform, whilst a rake of coaches occupies the adjacent siding.

Blythe Bridge in 1962

Stratford GTR First union station 1880s Al Paterson Collection, CRHA Archives, Fonds Paterson

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Blyth Railway Station in 'N' gauge

The abandoned Ashington Railway Station in October, 1992

Ashington, Blyth and Tyne Railway / Bedlington Railway Station compartilhou a publicação de SENRUG: The South East Northumberland Rail User Group.

Heys steam diesel photo collection - 83 - COWPEN & BLYTH HISTORY 1

Seaton Deleval, Hartley Pit, Hartley, Newsham, Blyth 2nd site, Blyth 1st site (on branch), Bebside, Bedlington, Choppington, Hepscott & Morpeth B & T .

... Blyth & Tyne Express | by Garter Blue

Part of the Seahouses model railway layout

... LNER-owned property around Northumberland's Blyth harbour and river. The LNER property is marked in red whereas other private railways have no colour.

Ashington station looking north-west along the up platform in March 2009. Photo by Nick Catford

The former platform and station buildings at Bedlington station, 1 April 2006. It has

In October 1964, the final month of passenger train services, a DMU is calling at the down platform of Seaton Delaval station. By this time the station was ...

The former Blyth & Tyne Railway terminus at Morpeth, looking west in September 1978. The NER goods shed built in 1879 is seen in the background.

Made in Newcastle on Twitter: "Location then & now Newsham Station (Bebside/ Blyth junction) Blyth & Tyne Railway https://t.co/bEXMpFz04i… "

Image of Railway Station

The SR Heritage Train

Bebside station looking north-west c1910. The single-storey building is on the up platform, to the right, accompanied by wooden sheds which were to have a ...

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Les Turnbull seems to have been one of the very few photographers who recorded North Seaton station, and this is a gem! In February 1957 67341 (52F) hauls a ...

SENRUG charter 2008 destination blind. Photo by John Brierley.

... Blyth station is a photo of a North Eastern Railway locomotive at Croft Street on the Flickr site mentioned above, and a page on the 'Disused Stations' ...

Blyth and Tyne Model Railway Society

(Above) Peter Trinder is building a computer model of the Blyth & Tyne Railway circa 1950s-60s. Having already completed one version of the line south from ...

Seghill had only a single platform, on the up (north-east) side, requiring down trains to switch tracks to serve it. The platform seen here c.1910 has a ...

Blyth and Tyne railway

Morpeth railway station

A crowd of passengers waits on the up platform. The single platform serving Blyth branch trains curves to the right.

The main building, incorporating the station house, was one of the few on the northern section of the Blyth & Tyne ...

On 29 December 1979 Tynemouth is undergoing conversion to operate as a Metro station. WL5 is on a works train at the northern end of the station.

After travelling over the North Tyneside electrified loop as far as Percy Main the train turned sharp left and headed north up the 'Blyth & Tyne' ...

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Both faces of the single island platform at Blyth are in use by passenger trains in this mid 1950s view, looking west. The structure of the glazed verandah ...

Railway station, 1910.

Thankfully, things started to change rapidly after SENRUG's 2008 Charter train to Ashington and we are of course delighted the Council is now taking ...

BLYTH railway station.

(Above) Despite a knee-knocking fear of heights, Tony Falloon managed to climb up one of the lamp towers at the north end of Cambois Depot to take this ' ...

Ghost Stations - Disused Railway Stations in Northumberland, England - YouTube

The North East's lost railway stations tell the story of our region's history - Chronicle Live

Craster O gauge model railway layout by Dale Brunskill, Blyth and Tyne Model Railway Society.

A steam engine leaves the city.

SENRUG Charter 2008 crossing River Wansbeck. Photo by Graham Galbraith.

This was the most elaborate station building on the northern part of the Blyth & Tyne

Below left: The train running alongside Barrington Lane, between Bedlington and Choppington (Geoff Stainthorpe); below right: The train crosses the River ...

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56118 brings another load of HAAs from Seaham colliery to Blyth Power Station passed Gateshead East on February 18th 1990.

Queensland's first railway line opens from Ipswich to Bigges Camp (Grandchester)

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Old Blyth - Station

RAILEX NE 2018 (BLYTH & TYNE MRS). Adam's Railway

... out of Lynemouth with a J27 on a damp dismal day and stalling on the bank up to Woodhorn. In the end we detached the train and ran the engine up and ...

Blyth CPR 1973 APC790Al Paterson Collection, CRHA Archives, Fonds Paterson

The spectacular Dundee West station building

A train of coal is delivered to the station

ABTRA - Ashington, Blyth and Tyne Railway Association

The Buffalo pub Blyth now a community centre.

... Blyth & District Model Railway Society where my baseboards now reside. I have received much help and support from individual members, and wholeheartedly ...

Short articles on aspects of Northumberland History, especially Blyth and Burradon.

BLYTH railway station 1970s

(Above) A beautiful crisp sunny day for Ivatt Class 4MT 43000 as she lazily coasts south with a nippy tail wind on the approach to North Blyth Sidings with ...

Take a look at some of the North East's lost railway stations - Chronicle Live

Blyth UK | J27 0-6-0, 65834, brings a south bound

GBRF Class 66 No 66703 at Newcastle Central - 4N44 - Doncaster Decoy to Blyth - 21st Feb 2017

This is the Board Room and Archive Space taking shape above the Station Cafe and Kitchen.

The North East's lost railway stations tell the story of our region's history - Chronicle Live