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Carnforth: German 01 pacific photographed in the shed at Steamtown, Carnforth, in the 1970s. [With thanks to Phil Bartlett]
Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
John Furnevel [//] Ref: 3688


Carnforth: BR Britannia Pacific 70013 Oliver Cromwell preparing to couple up to the empty stock of a special in the yards at Carnforth in the 1960s.
Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
Robin Barbour Collection (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) [//] Ref: 21222


Carnforth: Looking south from the Barrow and Leeds bound platforms at Carnforth. Steamtown was located to the right.
Ulverston and Lancaster Railway
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 2153


Carnforth: Looking north at Carnforth station. The WCML half, to the right, is out of use.
Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 1731


Carnforth: Carnforth Barrow and Leeds bound platforms looking north.
Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
Ewan Crawford [//] Ref: 2222


Carnforth: Regarded by many as one of the world's greatest steam locomotive engineers, Andre Chapelon retired as Engineer-in-Chief of the SNCF in 1953. Part of his legacy, one of the legendary ...
Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
Colin Miller [//] Ref: 21983


Carnforth: A4 Pacific no 4498 Sir Nigel Gresley, about to leave the former main line platforms at Carnforth in May 1967 heading for Carlisle following a visit to Crewe works. [Former ...
Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
David Spaven [/05/1967] Ref: 26855


Carnforth: A4 no 4498 'Sir Nigel Gresley' moves slowly into position under the coaling plant at Carnforth shed in 1968.
Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
David Spaven [//1968] Ref: 39620