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Last train across Station Street, Burton-on-Trent.

The Bass Sentinel Diesel No. 7 is pictured here as it is just about to cross Station Street with a train of vans, on 8th May 1967. It was the last train to do so. In the background is the Old Brewery ...

Leek & Manifold Light Railway

A view of a train on the Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway between Redhurst and Wetton Mill, moving north. The railway had a short lifespan, running between 1904 and 12 March 1934. The route of the ...

Leek & Manifold Light Railway, Manifold Valley

A view of a train on the Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway between Redhurst and Wetton Mill, moving south past Darfur Crags. The railway had a short lifespan, running between 1904 and 12 March 1934. ...

Leek & Manifold Light Railway, Waterhouses

A view of the Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway as it leaves Waterhouses and enters the Hamps Valley. The railway had a short lifespan, running between 1904 and 12 March 1934. The route of the railway ...

Leek & Manifold Light Railway, Wetton Mill

An image from Staffordshire Country Magazine, May 1989 showing Wetton Mill Railway Station in the Manifold Valley on the Leek and Manifiold Light Railway. The railway had a short lifespan, running between ...

Leek & Manifold Valley Light Railway

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A favourite trip out was to the Manifold Valley ā€“ and a ride on the Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway, which was closed down in 1934. Passengers would travel on the North Staffordshire Railway via ...

Leek goods yard

A dirty Standard Class 4 locomotive numbered 75030 pulls away from Leek yard in Staffordshire with an empty load of wagons. This picture was taken in 1966 when steam was becoming a rarer sight on Britain's ...

Leek station

A British Railways Ivatt Class 2, number 46430, pictured at Leek station, Staffordshire in June 1957. Leek station had a goods yard, and all manner of goods passed through, from coal mined in the Potteries ...

Leek Station and Yard

Leek Station stood on the North Staffordshire Railway line from Uttoxeter to North Rode in Cheshire. It opened on 13 July 1849. The station closed in 1970 and was demolished in 1973-4. The goods shed ...

Leekbrook Tunnel

A Standard Class 2 locomotive, number 75035, emerges from Leekbrook tunnel in Staffordshire during the 1960s. Despite closure to goods traffic in 1988, this stretch of line through the Churnet Valley ...

Light Railway, Alton Towers

The railway opened in 1953 and ran along a 700 yard long track between Alton Towers' Ingestre Station and Chinese Temple for over forty years until its closure in 1996. The locomotive in this postcard ...

Littleton colliery Steam with Whiston and Wimblebury from the Foxfield Railway

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This film footage shows two steam locomotives and a brake van that were visiting Littleton Colliery near Cannock on the 12th to 15th November 1993. The two locomotives 'Whiston' works number HE3694 of ...

Locomotive and crew, Stoke on Trent

North Staffordshire Railway locomotive no. 39 2-4-0 was built in 1874 at Stoke Works. it was rebuilt in 1892 becoming a ā€˜Cā€™ Class locomotive. It was withdrawn from service in 1912. This photograph ...

Locomotive and crew, Stoke-onTrent

A group of twenty North Staffordshire Railway Locomotive staff photographed in Stoke Roundhouse. The locomotive on the right is no.53 2-4-0, built in 1880 at Stoke Works. It was withdrawn 1921 having ...

Locomotive and crew, Stoke-on-Trent

Locomotive no. 58A 0-6-0ST was built in Stoke Works in 1881. Originally numbered 58, it was renumbered 58A in 1899. This photo was probably taken just after renumbering. In 1923 it was again renumbered ...

Locomotive and Signal Box, Stafford area

This view of a Signal Box and a passing locomotive is believed to have been taken in the Stafford area. The location has been identified (May 2014) as the Littleton Colliery Sidings Signal Box, Boscomoor, ...

Locomotive at Doxey, Stafford

A snowy scene taken near to the Universal Grinding Wheel factory at Doxey, Stafford, looking south towards Stafford Station. The train on the left is a northbound express hauled by Stanier 4-6-2 Coronation ...

Locomotive at Reading

"Patshull Hall" locomotive at Reading. Patshull Hall at Patshull, near Pattingham, Staffs., was the seat of Lord Dartmouth. "Patshull Hall" was a 4-6-0 Hall Class locomotive, number 4950, on the ...