Railways around Peterborough and The National Rail Network & Heritage railways in the UK
Peterborough Depot in 2015 ( page 1 of 1 )
Some of the platforms numbers changed in 2014
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Peterborough Depot in 2015
The small Loco depot at Peterborough
The Depot that is near to the station nows see little use. The shed used to do light repairs and refueling and oiling here. The shed is now locked on a lot of days . This Photo taken on the 18th February 2015
GBRf class 66704 Colchester Power Signal Box was the only thing in the small Loco depot at Peterborough on the 26th of September 2014 and this had come from from platform 1
This East Midlands trains class 53 was just using the depot to free up space in platform 1, on the 11th of November 2015. It then returned to platform 1.
Peterborough Depot sees little use these days. There was a time when rows of class 56s 47s and 37s and class 60s would fill these sidings. Trampers and the leaf fall trains plus the odd locomotive are all that use these siding now.
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