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Aerial view of Tupton

 

Taylor's Post Office

Opposite the Methodist Church in Wood-Yard, Tupton.

Tupton

Queen Victoria Road, New Tupton.

Tupton War Memorial, outside St. John's Church.

September 1921

 

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Railways in Tupton.

 

 Clay Cross Railway Station

Ken Seeny's Van (Tupton Man) outside Clay Cross Station.

 

Railway Station

Graham Whiston & Ray Speed locking doors of Clay Cross Station at midnight of 31 December 1966.

Ray still lives in Tupton & Graham now lives in Selston originaly from ward Street.

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Train at Clay Cross Station

Passenger train going though Clay Cross Station.

Train at Clay Cross Station

Goods train going though Clay Cross Station.

Train at Hagg Hill

Bottom of Hagg Hill

Train at Clay Cross Junction

From Ankerbold Bridge with Clay Cross works and wagon shop which is still there today.

Many thanks to Paul Elliott for the above photos.

Clay Cross Station in Tupton

Many thanks to Neil Kilcline for the above photo.

Clay Cross Station in Tupton

Many thanks to Graham Hughes for the above photo.

 

Please click HERE for more photos of Clay Cross Station in Tupton.

 

 

 

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