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Monday, October 27, 2008

Broadbottom Station


Last month I showed you a glimpse of Broadbottom Station from the top of the steps to the station from the end of Moss Lane which crosses the bridge you see here.

To see how the station looked 20 and 30 years ago visit Old Hyde.

10 comments:

Neva said...

I love this photo!! I love train stations....

babooshka said...

Empty. Not a rush hour image, if Hyde has a rush hour that is. Oh no Mr Porter! looks like he'd enjoy this setting.

RuneE said...

I'm glad to see that not all railway stations in England has been closed! Although this one didn't look all to busy.

Tash said...

I miss the ladies talking - see my comment on Old Hyde. The windows are beautiful in all 3 photos.

Gail's Man said...

Looks a typical Victorian branch line. Have you been watching BBC4 recently Gerald, as they have been showing quite a few railway documentaries?

ArneA said...

Some buildings do not change.

tigerboy said...

gerald i use to take the train from broadbottom to school in early 70's for a short time you took a photo of the war memorial from the angle you must be standing outside my old childhood home the you post much ado featuring woodfield farm to where i moved to in early 70's wow what a coincidense

marley said...

This is a quite looking station. It could be something out of Heartbeat!

Ashtonian said...

Great photo and great history.
Love the 1977 version too!

Ruby said...

Another good name there :-D

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