Railways around Peterborough & The National Rail Network & Heritage railways in the UK
2014 & 2002
Stevenage station in 2014
First Capital Connect class 313041 on a train to Letchworth in platform 4 at Stevenage on the 29th of July 2014
East Coast class 91124 on a down train in Stevenage station on the 29th of July 2014
First Capital Connect Class 365517 in the new colours on the 29th of July 2014
First Capital Connect Class 365524 in the old colours on the 29th of July 2014 in platform 1.
Stevenage station is on the East Coast Main line about 27 miles from London Kings Cross station.
Some of the the mainline East Coast trains stop here. The First Capital Connect all stations trains between Peterborough and Hitchin to Kings Cross trains stop here. Also some of The First Capital Connect Kings Lynn and Cambridge trains. Also the First Capital Connect Letchworth to Moorgate First Capital Connect trains stop here.
Since 2014 'Geat Northern' has taken over these First Capital Connect services.
Stevenage is a "New Town" and is now far bigger than the original town. The original smaller station at Stevenage was closed in 1973. This new railway station is to the south of that station.
Stevenage station in 2002
WAGN class 317 342 in platform 1 at Stevenage station in 2002 still in its BR colours.
WAGN class 365521 in platform 1 at Stevenage in 2002.
GNER class 91115 Holyrood in its normal place at the rear of a train to London Kings Cross in platform 2 at Stevenage station in 2002
British Rail first then GNER, and National Express East Coast and East Coast and then Virgin East Coast, have all used these class 91s on the East Coast Main Line. LNER has now taken over from Virgin and is still using these class 91s in 2018
A down GNER Train in platform 3 at Stevenage station in 2002
Page uploaded 03/11/2018
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 Thamelink and GBRf 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!