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Loughborough Central Station, Loughborough, Leicestershire

Loughborough Central Station, Loughborough, Leicestershire

L3244. Loughborough Central station was of a similar size and style to those built at Rugby and Brackley, further south on the London Extension. Today Loughborough is the only complete survivor and is the headquarters for the Great Central Railway (1976) and the Main Line Steam Trust. Just visible on the gable ends on the building's left are two date stones which set the building at 1898. The open doorway leads directly into the booking hall, and then stairs lead down to the platforms below. The date of this image is 19th July 2002.
qkwRailway Station
alt_title
themesengineering achievements and industrial archaeology
subjectBridges - girder bridge
bridges - railway bridges
Railway Companies - Great Central Railway
railway facilities - railway stations
railway stations - booking hall
railway stations - station buildings
Publisher
ContributorBoyd-Hope, G. M.
Creatorpersonalname - Boyd-Hope, G. M.
Datecreation - 2002-07-19
TypePhotographs - Colour
Formatdimension.H - 127mm
dimension.W - 177mm
IdentifierGMBH - 101
SourceBoyd-Hope, G. M.
LanguageEN
Relationpart of - G. M. Boyd-Hope Collection
copy of - original negative
CoverageLocation.Creation Site - Great Central Road, Loughborough, Leicestershire (O.S. Ref: 454300 319300)
point - 2002-07-19
RightsBoyd-Hope, G. M.