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Ramsgate Harbour Railway Station EPW000093 Featured Railways Print

Ramsgate Harbour Railway Station EPW000093

RAMSGATE HARBOUR RAILWAY STATION, Kent, photographed in 1920. Aerial view. The former terminus of the Faversham - Ramsgate line, this station was built in 1863 for 4 platforms, covered by a large arched roof. After closure in 1926, it was used to house the `Pleasurama funfair. Damaged by fire in 2005. EPW000093 Aerofilms Collection (see Links)

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Goods shed, Preston CC80_00089 Featured Railways Print

Goods shed, Preston CC80_00089

Goods Shed, West Lancashire Station, Fishergate Hill, Preston. The interior of the Cantrell and Cochrane depot with an employee moving a crate across the store. Photographed in 1927 for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway. The station was also known as Fishergate Hill Station. With the exception of a few infrequent services, the station was closed to passengers in 1900 but it remained open to goods traffic until 1965. It was later demolished and the site is now Colman Court

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Opening of the Leamington and Warwick Railway - Melbourne Grange Viaduct, 1844 Featured Railways Print

Opening of the Leamington and Warwick Railway - Melbourne Grange Viaduct, 1844

Opening of the Leamington and Warwick Railway - Melbourne Grange Viaduct, 1844. The distinguishing feature of the line...is found in the undulatory character of its gradients. The entire length rises and falls like the surface of a gently rolling ocean...and these "ups and downs"...are so contrived that the impetus acquired in running down one incline is contrived exactly to compensate for the retardation of the succeeding ascent. An obvious example of this mode of construction occurs in the Melbourne valley...in the formation of a permanent way across it, it was held expedient to build, not a horizontal, but a curved viaduct, the lowest point being near the centre, a mode of procedure which has produced a great saving of material, and a considerable gain in the working speed. It is built of brick and stone and consists of seventeen elliptical arches, each thirty feet span'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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