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Rail Around Birmingham & the West Midlands

 

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Miscellaneous Railway Photos - Page 2

A collection of odds and ends

 
Harborne Railway bridge remains, Winson Green Victoria Street tunnel, West Bromwich 'Milk float', Winson Green MPD Parkhead viaduct

The opposite direction to the shot on the previous page, we now see the remains of the brick pier which carried the Harborne Railway over the canal to join the main line to New St.

The trackside pathway to the Midland Metro affords interesting views. This is looking towards West Bromwich Central from under Victoria Street.

A rarity: an ex-BR, now Central Trains, 'milk float' from Norwich, at Soho DED!

Parkhead Viaduct between Blowers Green and Harts Hill viewed from Holly Hall Road, Dudley.

 
Hademore signal box, Chasewater Heaths Hademore signal box, Chasewater Heaths Rubery station site relics Rubery station site relics

The newly installed Hademore signal box at Chasewater Heaths on the Chasewater Railway.

The signal box was donated by Network Rail to the Chasewater Railway as part of the TV4 Project on the West Coast Mainline.

Walking the trackbed of the Halesowen Railway from Longbridge to Rubery threw up these finds in the undergrowth at the site of Rubery station.

As per previous shot - rear of Rubery Lane.

 
Rubery Crossing, Frankley Egghill Crossing, Frankley

The ex-Halesowen Railway crossing keeper's house, now named 'Rubery Crossing Cottage' on New Road, Frankley: the line and crossing being to the left.

Egghill Lane crossing on the Halesowen Railway's Rubery & Frankley branch serving the construction of Frankley Waterworks: the line passed the house to the right of camera.

 

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