Werrington in 2021 A15 Bridge and the Old Lincoln Road bridge
Two class 66s with GBRf class 66701 leading on the 13th March 2021 coming off the ECML.
Taken from A15 dual carriage road bridge.
The dive under will be on the right (see photo below)
Work on the dive under on 24th Febuary 2021. The ECML is in the background.
GBRf class 66762 between the two bridges heading north.
EMR class 156918 on a Lincoln Peterborough train with the new bridge for dive under on the left on the 13th April 2021
The old Lincoln road A15 was replaced with one on the right when new A15 dual carriage road bridge from which this photo was built is now a cycle way and footbridge A second bridge was needed for dive under on left has been built. A temporary footbridge has been built behind this bridges. The bridge also had some of the citys main utiiliy's under and a longside it. Which have had to moved which has added to the work
Work on tarmacking the cycleway footpath over the two bridges above on the 26th April 2021
Looking towards Spalding on 8th June the ballast is down and some rail has been put ready for the sleepers
More rail are in the track on the far right.
The A15 dual carriage way road bridge on the 8th of June 2021 with ballast and some rail on the dive under..
The A15 dual carriage way road bridge on the 5th of July 2021 with track and ballast on the dive under.
The dive under was not ready for normal trains
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 soon to be replace by theYork signal center.