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Mystery Station

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Swan Age, May 11, 2009.

  1. Swan Age

    Swan Age New Member

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    A friend from work had a glass slide scanned in and has asked me if anybody knows what station this was/is?

    Obviously from last century about 1909 he thinks
     
  2. arthur maunsell

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    Ascot ? Is that what I mean? the one with the covered walkway to the adjacent hotel or was it hospital....
     
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    Not Ascot, which had more platforms and sidings (unless those were added later).
     
  4. Fred Kerr

    Fred Kerr Part of the furniture

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    Looks strangely like Alnmouth to me with the footbridge design reminiscent of the NER / NB designs from the East Coast.
     
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    I'm feeling a bit of deja vu here! I remember someone asking the same question with the same picture 1-2 years ago, not sure if it was on here or UKTS though. Unfortunately I can't remember the answer!
     

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