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North of the Station at Peterborough from Spittle bridge
Looking south
 
Deltic out platform 3 at Peterborough
 
Class 55 Deltic comes out of platform 3 at Peterborough and onto the down fast
 
Class 47 out of Platform 4 at Peterborough station
 
A Class 47 starts out from platform 4 at Peterborough railway station and onto the down fast. There is a class 25 and a class 37 in the  small Depot at Spittle. All the locomotives at this time still have their head code boxes, but all are soon to be set to oooo and then removed or plated over.
 
The veiw for taking photos from Spittle road bridge was far better be for all the posts and wires were put up.
 
class 47 with two fly ash wagons
 
Class 47312 is adding or removing two fly ash wagons from its train which is in the goods loops next to the station. The 47 is coming into the head shunt which is under Spittle bridge. The Power signal box has not yet got its anti-vandal fencing .
 
Note the oil tankers which used to go to the oil depot in Midland Road three of the oil tanks can just be seen just behind the  Peterborough power signal box.
 
A Class 25 brings on a long freight of open wagons comes out of the goods loops near the station.
 
A Class 25 brings out a long freight of open wagons out of the goods loops near the station.
 
Class 47335 is in the Depot on the left near Spittle bridge with another class 25 also on shed. The oil depot and all the buildings and the old Peterbough Hospital have now gone and there are houses there along side the station.
 
Looking North from Spittle bridge
 
A Class 25 comes out of Westwood Yard with a freight on a cold winters day
 
A Class 25 comes out of Westwood Yard with a freight on a cold winters day.
 
The class 25 has just come out of Westwood Yard and is about to pass by the small diesel depot at spittle on the down slow The train is just about to come under Spittle bridge.
 
A class 47 comes into Peterborough past the small Depot with a platelayer stood on the down fast.
 
A class 47 comes into Peterborough past the small Depot with a platelayer stood on the down fast.
 
There a number locomotives in the depot this side of the bridge of class 31s a class 47 and one of about 4 class 08s at Peterborough.
 
Note the Peterborough Goods Depot in the background with the curved roofs. This was built in late 1950s This had a very short life and was the site of a Toys-R-Us store which itself has now closed.
 
Westwood bridge is the background . Steam trains have stopped under Westwood bridge near to the now closed Toys-R-Us to take water from a road tanker and then come back on to the main line.
 
08 on a short parcels train at Peterborough
 
A class 08 shunter with some parcels vans next to depot at Peterborough near to Spittel bridge
 
The class 08 having come out of Westwood Yard is crossing over the the ECML to get to the western side of the station
 
 
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Page updated 17/11/2018
 
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 LNER GBRf Great Nirthern 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