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Sedgeford railway station, 1930s

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We previously had this fine photo catalogued as Stanhoe railway station, but it almost certainly isn't. This photo shows a straight track where the track at Stanhoe curves to the left, and a loop of track that was never present at Stanhoe.

If it is indeed a station on this line, it is almost certainly Sedgeford.

Thanks to Dave Cromarty of the Branch Line Society for helping with identification.

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  • Nigel Simon - Friday 27 September 2019 01:28
    A very rare image, that shows the GER style signal box and staff at Sedgeford Railway Station, The Station still exists, and can be found on Google Maps, but the signal box was gone after 1946, replaced by groundframes. The box is of a type also found at Hilgay.. and most likely looked like this - https://signalbox.org/gallery/e/hilgay.php…. This image of Sedgeford complete with staff, is the only one ive found, despite visiting the Stanhoe site before - since one would not expect to find an image of Sedgeford station there. anyone know who the folks are ?