Trains Passing at Halwill Junction; 21st April; 6-6952

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Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon

Name/Title

Trains Passing at Halwill Junction

About this object

An old photograph showing trains passing each other at Halwill Junction. The engine's registration No's are 30709 and 31845.

Halwill Junction Railway Station was a railway station near the villages of Halwill and Beaworthy in Devon. It opened in 1879 and formed an important junction between the now-closed Bude Branch and North Cornwall line. It closed in 1966 along with the lines which it served, a casualty of the Beeching Report. (Wikipedia)

Place Made

United Kingdom

Date Made

21st April

Collection

Images of Barnstaple and the Surrounding Area

Object Type

Photograph

Object number

6-6952

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