Essington Signal Box on Bursnips Road. A brief history of the signal box on a former colliery railway.
Visitor Centre in Severn Valley Country Park. Visitor centre and tea room with views over the River Severn. This is close to a new pedestrian and cycleway crossing of the river and leading towards the…
|Title||Wulfrun Way - Former colliery railway Abandoned in 1969 when Hilton Main colliery closed.|
|Photo's author||John M User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||03 Sep 2006 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Wulfrun Way - Former colliery railway Abandoned in 1969 when Hilton Main colliery closed.
Wulfrun Way - Former colliery railway
Wulfrun Way - towards Holly Bank Signal Box
Wulfrun Way - towards Holly Bank Signal Box The trackbed is very overgrown with only a narrow path. The line was abandoned in 1969 with the closure of Hilton Main Colliery.
Wulfrun Way on the former colliery railway
Wulfrun Way on the former colliery railway The branch line ran from here to the Rosemary Brick and Tile Works in Essington Wood.
Disused Railway Bridge over M6 near Essington. This bridge carried the Holly Bank Colliery Railway over M6. The railway was used to transport coal from Hilton Main Colliery until it's closure in 1969.
Wulfrun Way - towards Sneyd Wharf The coal from the Essington Wood, Holly Bank and later the Hilton Main Collieries was carried by mineral railway to the coal wharves on the Wyrley & Essington Canal a…
Wulfrun Way - towards Sneyd Wharf
South Staffordshire : The M6 Motorway
Approaching Junction 10A
Northbound M6, Junction 10A
Staffordshire, West Midlands, England, United Kingdom osm