Werrington in January and Febuary 2019
Cock Lane Footbridge
Cross Country class 170 on the 15th of January 2019
Work at the start of January 2019 on the new dive under at Werrington Junction was already under way with tree removing and site clearance and later in 2019 with this footbridge was removed and a new footbridge built to replace it all by Christmas 2019, a river had to be moved over ( The dyke in photo below) and the Stamford line moved over at the Christmas break in 2019. New over head wires and posts for the Stamford down line (This line is also the ECML down slow to Helpston) and New signals for this part of the Stamford line.
GBRF class 66 on the 15th January 2019 on the Stamford line.
Work on this part of is getting under way with a fence being put up and trees removed .
GBRf class 66786 on the 22nd of February in 2019
GBRf class 66709 6th February 2019
The old footbridge here with a Cross Country class 170 on the stamford line.
DB class 66 135 on 6th February 2019
This part of The East Coast Main Line at Werrington is just to the north of Peterborough The line to Stamford runs a long side the East Coast Main Line (ECML) here.
This down line to Stamford is wired from Peterborough to Helpston crossing, and is also acts as the ECML down slow befor re-joining the ECML at Helpston
At Werrington Junction the Line to Spalding and Sleaford leaves the ECML.
In June 2014 Network Rail announced that they were considering whether to build a flyover or a under pass, under the East Coast Main Line at Werrington Junction.
Network Rail has said in 2018 that it is to build a dive under called 'The Werrington Grade Separation' from the Stamford line under the ECML to the Spalding line (GNR loop).
The Great Northern Loop line to Spalding and to Lincoln and Doncaster is now used by freight after being done up with all the signal boxes replaced by a signal center at Lincoln.