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Saturday, 5 September 2020

No Trains Today

Seen through a chapel window, where's this distant terminus?

1 comment:

Derek said...

Nigel - yes, Richmond, North Yorkshire, built mid 19th century but out of use as a station for over 50 years. It was subsequently used by a builders merchant, but now houses a cinema, art gallery, cafe, specialist bakery, ice cream parlour, etc. The adjacent 2 road engine shed is now a fitness centre. The trackbed towards Eryholme Jn & Darlington can be walked for a couple of miles. The viewing chapel is over 900 years old. The higgledy piggledy house roof pitches indicate the age of that part of town.