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HAMLEY  BRIDGE  to  GLADSTONE

Now long closed down line



Station's below on this page

Goto:  STOCKYARD CREEK

Goto:  OWEN

Goto:  BALAKLAVA

Goto:  HALBURY

Goto:  HOYLETON

Goto:  BLYTH

Goto:  HART

Goto:  BRINKWORTH

Goto:  YACKA

Goto:  GULNARE

Goto:  ABBEVILLE

Goto:  GEORGETOWN


S.A.R. HAMLEY BRIDGE to GLADSTONE MAP




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STOCKYARD  CREEK


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

19th September 2010

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Map showing where Stockyard Creek.

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Stockyard Creek Platform looking North.


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Stockyard Creek Platform Looking North

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Stockyard Creek Platform Looking South.


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OWEN


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

12th September 2010


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Owen Rail Yard line looking north.

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Owen Rail Yard line looking south.


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Hamley Bridge to Balaklava Road Crossing looking south

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Owen Rail Yard looking North.


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Owen Rail Yard looking North where original NG
station building and train order signal was.

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Where old NG Owen Railway station
 and Train order signal was.


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BALAKLAVA


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

12th September 2010

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Balaklava Railway Station looking south east.

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Balaklava Railway Station looking south west.


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Balaklava Railway Station. SW Street view.

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Balaklava Railway Station NE street view.


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Rail Yard looking east Station on the right.

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Near station the Rail Yards looking west.


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Crane & Goods Shed looking west.

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By crane yard looking east.


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Balaklava Turn Table looking west.

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Turn Table looking north


26th August 2010
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Balaklava by day. Station on right.

26th August 2010
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Balaklava by day. Station on right. 


26th August 2010
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Balaklava night shot. Station on right.
(Pic Wayne Morris)

26th August 2010
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Balaklava night shot. Goods shed on right.
(Pic Wayne Morris)


21st September 1992
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Balaklava TN:2563 engine 844 in train working days.
(Pic Wayne Morris)

21st September 1992
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 Balaklava. TN2563 844, 841 on main line.
(Pic Wayne Morris)

 


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HALBURY


( Pics: Dylan Badenock )

19th September 2010

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Halbury yard use to be looking South

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Halbury yard use to be looking North


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HOYLETON


( Pics: Dylan Badenock )

19th September 2010

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Hoyleton yard looking north. 19-09-2010

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Hoyleton yard looking South. 19-09-2010


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BLYTH


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

12th September 2010

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Information Board at Wakefield Council Office.

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Blyth Station track side looking east


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Blyth Station front with grain storage in background NW.

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Goods shed and Blyth Station looking NE.


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HART



At Hart rail siding it seem the locals Residents have put a little effort in Sign Posting the Railway Site, and saving the former station sign as none of the other station visited had any Station Sign, but there it was on the Weigh Bridge, it was a welcome surprise for a change.


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

12th September 2010

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Hart Weigh Bridge looking North/West.

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Hart Siding looking North


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Hart Siding entry looking South

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Hart Siding looking North


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BRINKWORTH


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

12th September 2010

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Information Board front of Wakefield Council Office.

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Fairmont Quad Display in main street.


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Goods Shed & Crane on Platform  looking north.

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Goods Shed & Crane on Platform looking south.


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Railway Cottages looking east. (nicely looked after)

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Water Tank looking south/east.


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Turn Table looking North/East.

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Turn Table looking South.


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Brinkworth Goods Platform with crane looking East

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Rail Yard with weigh bridge looking south.


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Only remains of the Brinkworth Railway Station.

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Remains of Station Foundation looking east.


21st September 1992.
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Brinkworth station some tracks removed Sept 1992.


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YACKA


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

19th September 2010

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Yacka Station Masters railway house
looking in easterly direction.

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Yacka Rail Yard with Goods Platform looking South.
SM's House seen among the trees in background.


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Yacka goods Platform looking North

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Yacka goods Platform Northerly Direction



Yacka Rail Bridge over the Broughton River looking South/West first, then crossing the road bridge to do the other side looking North/West, this rail bridge is at the Northern Edge of Town.


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Gladstone Line Rail Bridge over the River Broughton
 looking S/W.

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Gladstone Line Rail Bridge over the River Broughton
 
looking N/W.


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GULNARE



Gulnare there's a good plague of the town's lay out giving you a good idea were the Rail Station was, were railway cottages were and Station Master's residents was. 
Only the Station Masters resident remain today in Gulnare with some big Grain Silos around where the Rail Yards were .


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

19th September 2010

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Plaque of Gulnare Town Map in front of Number 7
Gulnare Institute crn Railway Tce and Hall St.

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Station Masters House Gulnare Looking South.
Corner Railway Terrace & Gulnare Spalding road.


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Goods Crane Gulnare rail Yards looking S/E.

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Grain Silos Street Side Railway Tce looking North.


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ABBEVILLE


( Pics: Dylan Badenock )

19th September 2010

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Abbeville looking North. 19-09-2010.

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Abbeville looking South. 19-09-2010.


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GEORGETOWN


( Pics: Barry Simmons )

19th September 2010

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Rail Track Georgetown
 Georgetown Caltowie Rd looking East

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Rail Corridor with a little cement remains
of rail era looking south.


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