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Hest Bank: So that's why they call it the West Coast Main Line. 66510 and a long train of coal empties skirt Morecambe Bay while heading north at Hest Bank. The line ...
Mark Bartlett [12/11/2008] Ref: 21436
Hest Bank: The view of Morecambe Bay from the train opens out as a Manchester Airport TPE service, formed by 185124, approaches the level crossing at Hest Bank. This gives access to ...
Mark Bartlett [15/11/2008] Ref: 21475
Hest Bank: The wind gauge on Hest Bank signal box was spinning furiously on a very blustery day as 144012 passed on a Morecambe to Leeds service. The gauge was installed when ...
Mark Bartlett [23/03/2009] Ref: 22958
Hest Bank: Only two passenger trains a day traverse the Bare Lane to Hest Bank chord - the 0551 and the 1620 from Morecambe. No contest then for which one to ...
Mark Bartlett [13/05/2009] Ref: 23675
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Morecambe Euston Road
Lancaster Green Ayre
Carnforth (F and M R)
Hest Bank: A Morecambe to Leeds Pacer has just left the Bare Lane chord (note point blades in the foreground) and is heading for the next stop at Carnforth. 142050 is passing ...
Mark Bartlett [13/05/2009] Ref: 33080
Hest Bank: 6233 Duchess of Sutherland heads the Royal Scot special train from Crewe to Carlisle approaching Hest Bank level crossing on 30 May 2009 (and doing a lot more than 45mph ...
Mark Bartlett [30/05/2009] Ref: 23906
Hest Bank: Looking north up the WCML towards Carnforth as the Northern Rail once a day Leeds to Heysham Harbour service approaches Hest Bank in the hands of 144010. It was noted ...
John McIntyre [11/08/2009] Ref: 25040
Hest Bank: A northbound Pendolino has just passed Hest Bank level crossing frame box on 11 August 2009.
John McIntyre [11/08/2009] Ref: 37809