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Photographs of Garstang and Catterall
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Garstang and Catterall: The new infrastructure for colour light signalling can be seen as D431 approaches Garstang & Catterall on a service for Scotland. The cars are parked in the old goods yard, ...
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [//1972] Ref: 19180


Garstang and Catterall: A Pendolino speeds north through Garstang and Catterall. The retaining wall by the Lancaster Canal once supported the Garstang and Knott End Railway track alongside the main line.
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [21/07/2008] Ref: 19919


Garstang and Catterall: The impressive staircase at this house is the give away that it is the former station entrance. The house was once joined onto and is all that survives of a ...
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [25/07/2008] Ref: 19975


Garstang and Catterall: Double bridge. On the WCML, just north of the site of Garstang and Catterall, are two bridges. Each has an extra, single line, arch on the down side. These were ...
Garstang and Knot End Railway
Mark Bartlett [26/07/2008] Ref: 19991


Garstang and Catterall: A pair of Voyagers heads south on the WCML just south of Garstang & Catterall on 12 October 2008.
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
John McIntyre [12/10/2008] Ref: 21001


Garstang and Catterall: A two-tone green class 47 on the rear of southbound ecs move on the WCML just south of Garstang & Catterall on 12 October 2008. The water in the foreground is the Lancaster Canal.
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
John McIntyre [12/10/2008] Ref: 21027


Garstang and Catterall: The Lancastrian was scheduled to run on two consecutive Saturdays in February 2013, steam hauled over the Preston-Carnforth-Hellifield-Preston loop. Stanier 8F 2-8-0 48151 is seen here approaching Garstang on the ...
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [09/02/2013] Ref: 42003