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Friday, March 09, 2007

Newton for Hyde


Newton (for Hyde) station lies between Flowery Field and Godley.

Judging by the looks of this building it is probably the oldest of Hyde's stations and would once have looked extremely elegant.

5 comments:

isabella said...

For some reason, this photo made
me think of an old English B&W movie, where these two married people meet at the station coffee shop and consider having an affair, but do not go through with it...Now, I won't be able to sleep, thinking about the title...Please, someone help me!

Keropok Man said...

it looks more like an old house. hmm interesting that it is a station. :-)

KAZ said...

You are certainly well served for stations in Hyde.
Did you give money to Dr Beeching?

Chuckeroon said...

Yes, Gerald.....the elegance of those old stations!!! Things to be proud of.

ICE_Molly said...

Many thanks for the advice given for my blog - has been sorted! Enjoyed your photos!

Cheers!

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