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 Br 1970s to 2000

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Peterborough 1970s  till  1999 (BR)
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As part of a new platform layout at Peterborough station in 2014 some of the platforms numbers have now been changed .
 

Walton  in BR Days 

 
 
A class 47 on a down train comes under the A47 road bridge at Walton on the ECML

A class 47 on a down train comes under the A47 road bridge at Walton on the ECML.

The tracks in the forground are the line to Stamford which runs along side the ECML line till Helpston. 

This Midland railway railway line had its own signal boxes and level crossings along this part of the ECML, So ther was two sets of gates on each road.

Class 55 Deltic on a down train under the A47 road bridge at Walton in Peterborough

Class 55 Deltic on a down train also under the A47 road bridge.

The A47 road bridge was built on the site of the M&GNJR railway bridge. The A47 using the old trackbed between here and Eye for its road.

The spot were I took these photos from was later built on.

 

A class 55 Deltic on the up fast on the ECML at Walton next to Peter Brotherhood Factory

A class 55 Deltic on the up fast next to Peter Brotherhood Factory  .

These three views at Walton taken before factory units were built on were I stood to take these photos from. Peter Brotherhood Factory which was on the other side is also gone. A shopping centre with a Currys built on the site in its place.

 Peterborough to Stamford DMU at Walton

An  Peterborough to Stamford DMU has just come under the A47 flyover

Pages at Walton in Peterborough in BR days 1970 till 2000
Walton BR near A47 road Bridge
class 47 near A47 road bridge + Class 55 Deltic near A47 road bridge + class 55 Deltic next to Peter Brotherhood Factory+ Stamford DMU near A47 flyover
Walton Crossing looking north
Class 37022 on a parcels + class 47 on the up fast + DMU on the up slow + DMU from Stamford to Peterborough
 
Jacks Green at  Peter Brotherhoods
0-6-0ST Jacks Green at Peter Brotherhood LTD., Engineers at Walton
Walton Crossing looking south
Class 55 Deltic on the down fast + Class 31 past the site of Walton station + class 31 with open wagons + class 47 on a fly-ash Train + class 25 at Walton level crossing when it was open
City of Peterborough at Brotherhoods
British Railways Class 5 73050 City of Peterborough was overhauled at Peter Brotherhoods
Walton signal box just after it closed
Walton signal box just after it closed
       
       
 
 
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Page updated 30/1/2015
 
 

About Peterborough

 Yaxley in BR days

Farcet in BR days

The now closed Flyash line at Fletton Peterborough

Fletton in BR days

 Just to the south of Peterborough station in  BR days

Peterborough to March line in BR days  in Peterborough

About The Peterborough to March railway line

The River Nene bridges at Peterborough near to the NVR station

The  Peterborough to March line goes under the ECML at the Fair meadow Car Park

Peterborough East Station was here

This bridge at Peterborough was made of wood now replced by a concrete bridge

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 

This website is Ukrailways1970tilltoday.me.uk  it is 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 BR when I started taken photos.

Today EWS, East Coast, Central trains and EWS 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!