Railways around Peterborough & The National Rail Network & Heritage railways in the UK
BR & 2010 & 2005
Temsford Signal Box
Temsford signal box
This wooden signal box was between Sandy and St Neots on the ECML. Everton gate box was just to the south. This box at Temsford went on 25th July 1976 when Peterborough power box took over this part of the ECML controlling the new colour light signals and points.This box controlled level crossing at a small road. There was a station at Temsford.
Temsford signal box from the rear.
Note the added windows this end and the extention at the rear.
A class 55 Deltic on the up fast at Temsford. Note the up slow is sill showing the old track layout for were Temsford station was. The colour lights will soon take over from the old signals, which were still in use while Temsford box was open. Then the HST took over and then over wires came to the ECML.
The Little Barford Power station coal fired Power station cooling towers were later replaced when a new combined cycle gas turbine power station was built on same site
Another class 55 Deltic at Temsford on the up fast
Temsford in 2010
Temsford is on the East Coast Main line . There are now just four tracks here. The station is long gone and there is just a level crossing with lifting barriers here now. The station having closed around November 1956. Freight was withdrawn in March 1965 at Temsford.
East Coast HST on the up fast at Temsford 22nd April 2010.
First Capital Connect class 365501 on the up slow on the 22nd April 2010
Since 2014 'Geat Northern' has now taken over the First Capital Connect services.
Class 180 on the up fast at Temsford on the 22nd April 2010.
Temsford in 2005
GNER up train at Temsford in 2005
Eurostar Class 373 on hire from Eurostar to GNER in 2005 at Temsford on a down train.
The next signal box that I took a photo of along the ECML was at St Neots
Page updated 5/11/2018.
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