Photographic Print of Ashburton Station, c.1920s
A view of Ashburton station, Devon, c.1920s, in the snow.
Ashburton station first opened in May 1872, and closed to passengers in November 1958. The station maintained steady goods traffic until September 1962 but only officially closed in 1971 after a brief revival as part of the Dart Valley Heritage Railway
© STEAM Museum of the GWR
Media ID 11923166
11R 14"x11" (36x28cm) Print
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