Railways around Peterborough & The National Rail Network & Heritage railways in the UK
Peterborough to March
Bridge over the
Nene River Bridge on March Line in Peterborough
DB class 66050 on the March line on the River Nene bridge next to the Nene Valley Railway Peterborough station on the 8th April 2017
Just after the River Nene is crossed the Peterborough to March line goes under the East Coast Main line (ECML) and alongside the Fair meadow car park. (This car park was were all the fairs were held and some times still are) In BR days you could take a good photo here, but trees were then planted alongside the line here and anti vandal fences put up. Photos are taken on this page from the NVR's car park and from behind the anti vandal fence.
East Midlands Trains class 158 on the March line on the River Nene bridge on the 8th April 2016
Freightliner class 66589 on the March line on the River Nene bridge on the 8th April 2016
Freightliner class 66559 and class 66525 on the March line on the River Nene bridge on the 8th April 2016
Peterborough to March Railway line
The line then heads out to Kings Dyke
which is just outside Peterborough. On the to way to Whittlesea
we see the only brick works left around Peterborough, that are along this part of the line. There are now no rail sidings left as all the bricks now go by road.
has the only station which is a small basic station. The line then goes on to Turves
a small village in the fens with just a signal box and a few houses. It is then to on to March
this part of the line is in wide open flat fens, as is the next part of the line from March to Ely.
Peterborough on this site is in now in three parts BR 1970 to 1999 and 2000 till 2014 and 2014 till today
Page updated 8/5/2020
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