The Lord Combermere PH, Audlem. The Lord Combermere pub at the corner of Cheshire Street (A529) and Stafford Street (A525) in the centre of Audlem. Flags for the World Cup or the local fete?
From railway arch near Kendal Park shows TV mast on Hayclose Lane
|Title||Thurso station The most northerly point on the British railway network|
|Photo's author||Malc McDonald User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||22 Jun 2006 00:00:00|
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Thurso station The most northerly point on the British railway network
Disused cattle pens and siding at Thurso
Train approaching The train from Wick and Georgemas Junction arriving at the terminus station at Thurso. On departure it will return to Georgemas Junction and thence onto Inverness.
Disused auction mart The offices are boarded and the pens are empty - this disused livestock auction mart stands alongside Thurso Station.
Thurso Station The UK's most northerly railway station.
Site of the livestock market beside Thurso Station
Goods Depot at Thurso Railway Station
Goods Depot at Thurso Railway Station This timber building may date from the early years of the Highland Railway. Thurso Station opened in 1874.
Thurso Station Since the line was built in 1874, Thurso has been the most northerly outpost of Britain's railway network; in this picture a train has just arrived from Inverness which will now reverse…
Goods Store at Thurso Railway Station