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Train to Loftus from Whitby

Train to Loftus from Whitby

We wondered where this train was and the probable journey, having been told by Derick Pearson that it is the 67750 (locomotive number) and was on the Whitby to Loftus line. Tom Sayers has come to the rescue with the following information: ”This picture was taken just after the train had come out of the tunnel at Easington on the way to Loftus.”
Photograph courtesy of Maurice Grayson (from the Neville Stead Collection),with thanks to Derick and Tom for the updates.

Staithes station

Staithes station

Train heading towards Whitby, camping coach can be seen in siding on the left.

Photo courtesy of Maurice Grayson

Staithes station

Staithes station

View of the station buildings.

Photo courtesy of Maurice Grayson

Staithes station

Staithes station

Over the viaduct on it’s way to Whitby.
photo thanks to maurice grayson.

Loftus Station

Loftus Station

Train departing towards Whitby.

Thanks to Maurice Grayson for the photo.

Loftus station

loftus station

train arriving from whitby, 1950c

photo courtesy of Maurice Grayson

Saltburn Viaduct

An image of the railway viaduct which spans the valley close to the site of Marske Mill, taken in February 1972.
Image courtesy of Owen Rooks.

Loftus Station

Loftus Station

Another photo showing a different part of Loftus station.
Photo courtesy of Joyce Dobson

Crag Hall

Crag Hall

Once again a photo loaned to us by Eric Johnson, do you the names of the two men?

Inside Tod Point

Inside Tod Point

Tod point signal box Warrenby, with men at work.

(photo courtesy of Eric Johnson)