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 The branch to the loco shed curves to the right from the exchange sidings area. 
Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.

 

The two road loco shed. In the foreground to the right is a platelayer's trolley. Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.
 

 Inside the main shed. Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.
 

The back of the main shed. Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.
 
 
Inside the small shed, looking towards the front door. Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.
 
 
 Platelayer's trolley in the shed yard. Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.
 
 


The two lines that previously continued on and crossed the Rushenden Road, but whih now terminate by the gate.
Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.



 Looking back towards the exchange sidings from beside the loco shed. The two lines visible in the foreground now terminate in the loco shed yard, but both of them previously continued on and crossed the Rushenden Road as level crossings and served industrial sites. Photograph dated 3rd September 2013.
 

These unusual steel sleepers were near the loco shed. 3rd September 2013.
 

Steel sleeper near the loco shed. 3rd September 2013.
 

Unusual steel sleepers near the loco shed. 3rd September 2013.
 

Steel sleeper near the loco shed. 3rd September 2013.
 

Steel sleeper near the loco shed. 3rd September 2013.
 

Unusual steel sleepers near the loco shed. 3rd September 2013.
 
     
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