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Angerton: View along the site of the old platform at the much modified Angerton station, on the Wansbeck Valley line, Northumberland. Looking east towards Morpeth on 8 November 2007.
Wansbeck Railway
John Furnevel [08/11/2007] Ref: 17741


Knowesgate: Standing on the former level crossing at Knowesgate on the Wansbeck line on 8 November 2007 looking east through the old station (closed 1952) towards Morpeth.
Wansbeck Railway
John Furnevel [08/11/2007] Ref: 17788


Meldon: An eastbound freight on the Wansbeck Valley line between Reedsmouth and Morpeth in the 1960s. The train is headed by North Blyth J27 0-6-0 no 65834 and is seen here ...
Wansbeck Railway
Robin Barbour Collection (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) [//] Ref: 27129


Meldon: An eastbound freight headed by North Blyth J27 0-6-0 no 65834 trundles east through Meldon (closed to passengers in 1952) on the Wansbeck Valley line between Scosgap and Morpeth in ...
Wansbeck Railway
Robin Barbour Collection (Courtesy Bruce McCartney) [//] Ref: 23172




Meldon: The old Wansbeck Valley station at Meldon, Northumberland, closed to passengers in September 1952. View looking east over the site towards Morpeth in 1998 [see image 27129].
Wansbeck Railway
Ewan Crawford [//1998] Ref: 44661


Meldon: The old station at Meldon on 8 November looking east along the Wansbeck line towards Morpeth.
Wansbeck Railway
John Furnevel [08/11/2007] Ref: 17257


Middleton: The former station at Middleton, Northumberland, on the Wansbeck Valley line. The totally transformed building with its impressive gardens is seen from the road on 8 November looking northwest towards Scotsgap.
Wansbeck Railway
John Furnevel [08/11/2007] Ref: 17848




Locations along this line: Scotsgap Woodburn Poster Meldon Angerton Knowesgate Middleton