A History of Britain's Railways
Go to the RAILSCOT home page.
Search:
INDEX NEWS ON THIS DAY ARTICLES SLIDESHOWS MAPS COMPANIES SITEMAP ALERTS
Photographs of Lancaster (Greaves)
Show version with map

Lancaster (Greaves): Only used for passengers from 1840 to 1849, although goods trains continued to a yard just behind this building until the 1960s. Lancaster Greaves, better known locally as Penny Street ...
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [13/03/2008] Ref: 18309


Lancaster (Greaves): The rear of Lancaster Greaves station building and probably the point where the tracks from Preston would have terminated. Former stable block still standing to the right but modern hospital ...
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [25/09/2009] Ref: 25710


Lancaster (Greaves): The imposing frontage of Lancaster's first station, a Grade 2 listed building is unfortunately obscured by two leilandi trees in the front garden. After Lancaster Castle station opened this became ...
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [25/09/2009] Ref: 25709


Lancaster (Greaves): The view out from the rear of the original terminus of the Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway, only used as such from 1840 to 1849. The old trackbed area is ...
Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway
Mark Bartlett [25/09/2009] Ref: 25684