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ABBOTS RIPTON
 
GNER up train at Abbots Ripton on Saturday 28th of October in 2006
 
GNER up train at Abbots Ripton on Saturday 28th of October in 2006
 
Abbots Ripton is a small village between Huntingdon and Peterborough. It had a station but this like most of the small stations on the ECML this was later closed.
 
Abbotts Ripton is better known for the wrong reasons because of the rail disaster here when a signal froze in the clear position on the 28th January 1876 which let an express passenger run into the rear of a coal train.
 
There are three tracks here,the  Up fast Down fast and Down slow.
 
 
GNER up train still in its Eurostar colors at Abbots Ripton
 
GNER up train still in its Eurostar colors at Abbots Ripton
 
 
 
GNER class 91 on a up London train at Abbots Ripton.
 
This class 91 has been put at the London end of this train, which means that its butt end is now leading. Photo taken from the same road bridge as the photo above
 
 
WAGN class 365507
 
WAGN class 365507 at Abbots Ripton in 2005
 
 
 Abbots Ripton in 2008'
 
First Capital Connect 365507 at Abbots Ripton
 
First Capital Connect 365507 at Abbots Ripton on a down train in 2008.
 
These four car class 365's use 25kV AC from the Overhead wires. These EMUs have 4 motors at 1,256kW power with a 100 mph top speed. Class 365's are used on the Peterborough Kings Cross and the Cambridge and King Lynn trains from Kings Cross. The class 365's were built at Bombardier Transportation at Derby in around 1994-1995.
 
Today in 2018 these 365's are often in 8 or 12 car sets. They are being sloely replaced by Thameslink clss 700 EMUs.Some of the 365's went up to Scotland after being put in store at Ely.
 
National Express East Coast up train
 
National Express East Coast up train just to the south of the site of Abbots Ripton station in 2008.
 
Abbots Ripton
 
Abbots Ripton is a small village between Huntingdon and Peterborough. It had a station but this like most of the small stations on the ECML this was later closed.
 
Abbotts Ripton is better known for the wrong reasons because of the rail disaster here when a signal froze in the clear position on the 28th January 1876 which let an express passenger run into the rear of a coal train.
 
There are three tracks here,the  Up fast Down fast and Down slow.
 
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Signal boxes that were along this part of the ECML
 
 
 
 
 
Page updated  3/11-2018
 
This website is ukrailways1970tilltoday.me.uk it is web site on railways, but it is not just on trains, but all things railways, with photos, which I have taken from the 1970s till now. I take photos of all things railways, steam diesel and electric trains, signal boxes, wagons any thing that is on the National Rail network, which was still  British Rail when I started taken photos.
 
Today LNER Greater Anglia and East Midland trains and GBRf are just some of the names on the trains. The name on the train does not mean, thats whos train it is these days. These names keep changing, but that means I have to keep taking photos. I also take photos of preserved railways with steam diesel and electric trains.There is lots more to add and I keep taking More!