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Peterborough 2000-2013

Yaxley          ( page 1 of 3 )

2000 till 2013

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As part of a new platform layout at Peterborough station in 2014 some of the platforms numbers have now been changed 
Peterborough 1970s  till  1999 (BR)
Peterborough 2000 till 2013
 Peterborough 2014 till today
 Peterborough on this site is in now in three parts BR 1970 to 1999 and 2000 till 2014 and 2014 till today
 

This page is the first page on the list of Peterborough railways in 2000 till 2013. I have  started at the south of Peterborough and worked northwards. See the yellow list on right for more parts many of which have lots of pages

 

 The new build LNER A1  60163 Tornado still in its British Railways Green at Yaxley

 The new build LNER A1  60163 Tornado still in its British Railways Green at Yaxley.

 

A National Express HST 43312 at Yaxley on a up train. 

A National Express HST 43312 at Yaxley on a up train.

Yaxley is a village to the south of Peterborough . Yaxley had a railway station which is now closed. This was called Yaxley and Farcet. Both villages were a lot smaller then,  with 100s of houses built in Yaxley since the war.

Between Yaxley and Peterborough The London Brick Company made 1,000s of bricks. There used to be brick works all the way between Yaxley Farcet and Peterborough in BR days  along the ECML,. All these have now closed. There are page in BR days on this site at Yaxley This land is now being built on with the Hampton township and some is The Crown Lakes  Country Park were I have some pages on the ECML next to it.

The land to the east of Yaxley is fen peat and is some of the lowest and best farming land in England. The track was laid on reed and wooden rafts and has not sunk like the land around. The ECML is now on a embankment from Yaxley to Holme . Some of railway was level with the land when it was built. They have kept adding soil, and or ballast to kept the track level.

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Pages on Yaxley on the ECML 2000-2013

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60163 Tornado + National Express HST 43312 at Yaxley  

Page 2

70013 Oliver Cromwell atYaxley on The Lindum Christmas Fayre 3/12/2011

Page 3

A4 60019 Union of South Africa at Yaxley 24/11/2012

   

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Yaxley and Farcet in BR days

Yaxley in BR days

Farcet in BR days

 

Page updated 26/1/2015

 
 

Peterborough

2000-2013

About Peterborough

Yaxley

The ECML at Crown Lakes Country Park    In the Peterborough BR part use Farcet when some of the brick yards here were still open and Delticswere in use

Mainline steam at Peterborough

The Peterborough to March Line

 south of Peterborough station

Peterborough Station

Platform 1 Peterborough station

 Platform 2 at Peterborough station

Platform 3 Peterborough station

Platform 4 at Peterborough station

Platform 5 at Peterborough station

The fast lines at Peterborough station

Freight loops next to the station at Peterborough

Locomotive depot near the station at Peterborough

Just to north of Peterborough station

Westwood Yard and The mainlines

ECML  and the Stamford line at Werrington

 Helpston and Lolham   2000 till 2013

  Peterborough Power Box

 Peterborough BR

Peterborough 2014-today

Nene Valley Railway

 

 
 
 

 

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 EWS, East Coast, Central trains and EWS 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!