Railways around Peterborough & The National Rail Network & Heritage railways in the UK
Nottingham Railway Station
Class 25213 with a mess coach and a van and goods brake brake at Nottingham station in BR days
Class 25213 was not saved and was withdrawn on March 19th 1987.
Two class 20s light engines with 20194 this end at Nottingham station in BR days
Class 47 450 at Nottingham station in BR days
This Class 47 450 was cut-up at C.F.Booth, Rotherham in May 1993
A Class 37 in platform 5a at Nottingham station in BR days
A Class 45 in platform 5a at Nottingham station in BR days
These slides were taken on the same hot day on a short stop at Nottingham between trains.
Nottingham Railway station
Nottingham station is one of the large stations on the old Midland mainline from London to Sheffield. It was one of two large main line stations in Nottingham, the other was the now closed Victoria station run by The Great Central Railway. Victoria is now closed and is now a shopping center.
The Midland station runs west to east, not north to south. Derby
is to the west and Newark
to the east.
Next Page is on Derby
Page updated 29/3/2020
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