Loughborough Midland Station, 1970s
1-of-11) "Peak" no. D123 enters Loughborough Midland station under the ex-Great Central Railway bridge with a north-bound train, 31/3/1973.
2-of-11) "Peak" no. 110 heads north past Loughborough Midland with a brake tender and flat wagons while classmate no. 131 heads south with a train of coal, 1/6/73. Note the Falcon emblem poised on the top of the building of the Brush works on the right.
3-of-11) "Peak" no. 131 on an up coal train, Loughborough Midland, 1/6/73.
4-of-11) Brush type-2 no. 5538 shunting ballast wagons, Loughborough, 1/6/73. Loaded wagons can be seen in the sidings in the distance.
5-of-11) Brush type-2 no. 5526 shunting ballast empties into the ARC sidings, Loughborough Midland, 4/1/74
6-of-11) EE type-3 no. 6803 on down oil tanks at Loughborough Midland, 4/1/74.
7-of-11) 0-6-0 shunter no. 3101 in the ARC sidings next to the old goods shed, Loughborough Midland station.
8-of-11) Brush type-4 no. 1688 departs Loughborough Midland on a down train late on a January afternoon, 4/1/74. In the background, all now gone, are Loughborough signal box, goods shed and sidings, and the Goliath crane at the Herbert Morris crane works.
9-of-11) Main Line Steam Trust Ltd., Great Central 75th Anniversary Railtour after arrival at Loughborough Midland station from London Marylebone. The locomotives are type-2 nos. 25 070 & 25 066. 23/3/74. The Brush works Falcon emblem is still poised on the top of the building on the right.
10-of-11) Brush type-2 no. 31316 with a train being loaded with ballast in the sidings used by ARC (Amalgamated Roadstone Corporation), Loughborough. EE type-1 nos. 20187 & 20161 are passing with a southbound coal train. 25/4/75.
11-of-11) EE Co-Co type-3 no. 37079 shunting loaded ballast wagons in the ARC sidings at Loughborough Midland Station, 5/7/76.
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