Sunday, 15 March 2015

Cockfield Fell Station

To anyone who looks at this blog, I am having a struggle finding images of Cockfield Fell station.
Can anyone help?

cheers
d

11 comments:

Geoff Potter said...

Hi Derek

This image of a lamp might help. If you have not already asked, then perhaps the Darlington Railway Museum may have some information in their archives.

http://flickriver.com/photos/90474967@N05/10596329495/

Derek Siddle said...

lol, thanks Geoff. I'll extract the DNA from that image and recreate the station... :)

Geoff Potter said...

lol too

That lamp has seen everything you are looking for .... there must be a way to extract that information from it :) too

Geoff Potter said...

Hi Derek

A modern photo but one that you may not have seen -

http://www.ipernity.com/doc/pinzac55/21757313

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Derek Siddle said...

thanks Geoff, 2 good shots there.

d

lee ayling said...

A couple here..http://www.durhamrecordoffice.org.uk/Pages/AdvancedSearchCatalogueResults.aspx?SearchType=Param&SearchID=795f4817-3354-4fb3-ae87-c5f4d665f911&ImageView=List&Display=250

Geoff Potter said...

Excellent work there Lee. The stonework detail is impressive.

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pauls said...

http://www.haggerleases.co.uk/history_1/cockfield.jpg

Geoff Potter said...

Hi Paul

What a fantastic shot, it even shows the lamps!

Derek Siddle said...

Yeah I have this image but by 1950 it did not look like this... :) I hope you guys will like what I have done to the stations....