Railway Station, Colwich

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Date:1890 - 1895 (c.)

Description:Lantern slide view looking west along the platform towards the signal box and junction at Colwich Railway Station. Colwich Railway Station was designed by Livock in 1847. It was jointly run by North Staffordshire Railways (The Knotty) and London and North Western Railways. Colwich was the most southerly station on the NSR line, which ran to Macclesfield via the Potteries.

Believed to have been taken by Walter Williams (1876-1929) of Stafford.

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Image courtesy of: Mrs A Nwenwu

Donor ref:P2019.026.0011 (37/40779)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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