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Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c.1900 Featured Somerset Stations Print

Nailsea and Backwell Station, Somerset, c.1900

A view of Nailsea and Backwell Station in Somerset, c.1900, showing one of the signal boxes and a locomotive pulling into the station.
The station opened in June 1841 as 'Nailsea' and until 1907, when a footbridge was built, passengers crossed between platforms via a level crossing

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1900, 1900s, Backwell, Nailsea, Nailsea And Backwell, Platform, Signal Box, Somerset, Station

Yeovil Town Station Featured Somerset Stations Print

Yeovil Town Station

A bustling scene at Yeovil Town Station taken in the late 1950's. The chimneys of the large station building can be seen above the platform canopy, and the passenger footbridge which straddled the tracks is visible at the far end of the three platforms. When it first opened, the jointly owned station was served by four signal boxes, two station masters houses and two station masters whose joint cooperation must have been essential for the smooth running of the line

Hallatrow Station and Signalbox, Somerset, c.1940s Featured Somerset Stations Print

Hallatrow Station and Signalbox, Somerset, c.1940s

A view of Hallatrow Station and Signalbox in Somerset, c.1940s.
The station opened in September 1873 at High Littleton, about a mile north of the village of Hallatrow. Passenger services were withdrawn in November 1959, with goods traffic ceasing to operate at the station in 1964

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1940s, Footbridge, Hallatrow, High Littleton, Signal Box, Somerset, Station