Dating saltburn by the sea
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Most workings were performed by Wilson Worsdell's Class G5 0-6-0T No 1839, which continued to work the branch as No 67253 until closure in April 1951.I found this lovely old photograph tucked inside a family photo album; it shows No 67253 on the last day of service at Pateley Bridge station on 31 March 1950; the original 50-odd year-old print is in a terrible state - faded with age, badly scratched and torn along the bottom edges, but in spite of its poor condition rather than consign it to the bin I set about restoring it in Adobe Photoshop and so it still survives today in digital form.
It happened while he was staying in London with an elderly aunt, who put him on a suburban train to meet his mother at Kings Cross station.(Below) At Pateley Bridge the track continued over the level crossing to some sidings serving Scot Gate Ash quarries, and from 1907 this gave a connection to the Nidd Valley Light Railway - a line built by Bradford Corporation to convey materials for the construction of Angram and Scar House reservoirs at the head of the valley; the line was also used for carrying passengers between Pateley Bridge and Lofthouse.(Above) During steam days, four trains ran in each direction daily on the Harrogate-Pateley Bridge service, with additional trains on Saturday.The intermediate stations on the branch were Ripley Valley, Hampsthwaite, Birstwith, Darley and Dacre.This is an interesting view of Hampsthwaite station taken on a date unknown.For example, it was not unusual for the Stanier 'Black 5' and in particular the new BR Standard classes, to be found working hundreds of miles from the Region they were initially allocated. Colin was born in the North East and spent his grammar school years living in Corbridge, Northumberland.
He has started research for a plan to build a model of Corbridge station between Newcastle and Hexham in its heyday of the 1920s through into the 40s when it actually had a significant level of traffic serving local freight, 3 timber yards, a gasworks and so on.
On the map he has marked some circles showing (1) a timber yard that no longer exists of which he would like to get pictures of (2) a building marked on the map at the southern edge of the yard west of the bridge of which he would like to find out the function (3) the location of the over-track signal box location that he would like to get more detailed pictures of (4) the Corbridge Gas Company gas works where he would like to get more details, maybe from pictures - especially he is wondering if it was served by what appears on the map to be a short siding or if the coal was carted round from the coal drops on north side of the tracks. Any advice on online locations where suitable photo archives might exist (probably not ones that a search engine normally finds) will be much appreciated.
Colin's email address is (Left) Former North Eastern Region engine driver John Moor Evans (Jock) sadly passed away aged 96, surrounded by family at Tandridge Heights Care Home, Hythe, Kent, on Monday 11th January 2016.
This was to record the appearance of the Royal Train at York on June 8th 1961 conveying HM the Queen and the Royal Party from London Kings Cross to York for the marriage of Prince Edward Duke of Kent and Miss Catherine Worsley at York Minster.
When the big day came, Brian took this shot (below) of a resplendent Gresley A4 Pacific No 60028 Walter K.
Whigham, glistening like new with a white cab roof and displaying the mandatory four-lamp headcode, heading north at Naburn just south of York; however just in case of any breakdowns, Class A1 No 60143 Sir Walter Scott (inset) is not far behind on standby duties.