Longton Railway Station

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Date:22nd of September 1961

Description:An aerial photograph taken on the 22 September 1961 from the top of Harvey’s chimney shows a steam locomotive leaving Longton Railway Station. Longton Station opened on the Crewe-Derby line of the North Staffordshire Railway in August 1848.
The locomotive is hauling the Crewe-Uttoxeter parcels train that left Crewe at 12:53 , due Longton 1:59 to 2.14 with a scheduled arrival at Uttoxeter at 2:56.


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Source: Lovatt Collection, Stoke on Trent City Archives

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