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Liverpool and Manchester LNWR.

A selection of pictures from along the line from Liverpool Lime Street to Parkside.


37 604 arrives with Network Rails 2Q88 09:00 Longsight to Baguely Fold into Liverpool Lime Street. Since the roof has been refurbished the station has once again become light and airy.
30th July 2011.
Photo by Stuart Daniels.
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58 042 Ironbridge Power Station prepares to depart for Aintree with a Pathfinders Railtour.
27th June 1987.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


47 434 Pride In Huddersfield unusually departs from platform 6 with a Trans Pennine service.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


An all rail blue Class 104 awaits departure from platform 4 with a service for St Helens.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


Re creating the 15 Guinea Special is Black 5 Class 45305 seen here passing through Edge Hill station. The train had to run via the CLC due to engineering works on the original LNWR route the train took 45 years ago.
11th August 2013.
Photo by Stuart Daniels.
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The classic shot at Olive Mount with 66708 working 4Z70 16:22 Tuebrook Sidings and 60015 awaiting the road with 6E14 16:10 Seaforth to Tinsley .
6th July 2013.
Photo by Stuart Daniels.
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DBS liveried 60 010 passing through Broad Green with 6M08 08:52 Liverpool Bulk Terminal to Warrington Arpley .
6th June 2013.
Photo by Stuart Daniels.
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142 043 leads a fellow Pacer unit through Huyton station.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


With Huyton station in the background a Class 47 approaches at speed with a Trans Pennine service. The semaphore signals at this location are now just a memory.
1988.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


Another Class 47 Trans Pennine service heads towards the site of Huyton Quarry station with a westbound working.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


37 603 approaches Whiston with 1Q14 12:53 Wigan North Western to Ince Moss Junction Network Rail train.
30th April 2013.
Photo by Stuart Daniels.
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47 441 passes the site of Lancaster Sidings with a Trans Pennine service. The junction here served a colliery of the same name.
1988.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


Looking east from the footbridge at the crowds which turned out for the 15 Guinea Special to mark the end of steam operation on British Railways.
11th August 1968.
Photo by Richard Mercer.



A pair of Dutch liveried Class 31's pass the site of the eastbound platform of the original site of Lea Green station.
1988.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


Regional Railways liveried 142 041 passing the site of the westbound platforms of the original Lea Green station site.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


47 503 The Geordie climbs the bank from St Helens Junction to Rainhill with a Liverpool bound service. The catch points the loco is about to pass over have since been removed.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


Unique Trans Pennine liveried 47 475 approaches the Intersection Bridge with a uniform rake of stock.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


47 488 Rail Riders slows for the stop at St Helens Junction station with a Newcastle bound service. The fresh ballast to the rear of the train a where the junction to St Helens Central had recently been removed.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


47 485 approaching St Helens Junction with the now closed Bold Power Station dominating the sky line. The power station had been closed at this time and has been demolished and housing built on the former site.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


31 203 approaches Collins Green with the diverted Folly Lane to Warrington Arpley salt trip working.
1988.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


On a stormy Sunday Afternoon 253 006 passes the site of Collins Green station with a diverted Bristol to Liverpool train.
1989.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


47 488 Rail Riders crossing the Sankey viaduct with a westbound service. The brook is evident but no trace of the Sankey canal which ran to the left is visible.
1988.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


87 015 Howard of Effingham hauls a diverted West Coast working via the original route of the Anglo Scottish expresses before the opening of the line via Red Bank. The reason for this working was Overhead Line problems between Winwick Junction and Golbourne.
1990.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


Once a common sight in the North West 20 076 and 20 035 run light towards Manchester away from Parkside.
1987.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.


47 190 heads a tanker train towards Parkside en route to Stanlow Oil refinery.
4th August 1987.
Photo by Terry Callaghan.







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