CAS Weekly 21/10/15

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Compiled by Edward Kendall & Andy Carter

Lost Triangular Stations: Ambergate

Even before the closure of Queensbury and the reduction in size of Ambergate and Bishop Auckland, the triangular platform layout is a rarity not just in Britain but Globally. These days only Shipley and Earlestown survive with platforms on all 3 chords of a triangular junctions. So what happened to the other examples? Edward has been discovering Ambergate’s lost triangle.

– Full Blog by Edward Kendal (RailwayManiac.com)
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Finding Loughborough Derby Road

Loughborough was once the the proud owner of two mainline stations, Midland and Central. Both survive today, the former now taking on all national rail duties for the town and the latter forming part of the Great Central Heritage Line to Leicester North. But did you know Loughborough had a third lesser known termini station? Edward does, and he’s been looking into the rise and fall of Loughborough Derby Road

– Full Blog by Edward Kendal (RailwayManiac.com)
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CAS Weekly 06/10/15

After a week of many things happening which sadly kept me away from the site, the CAS Weekly is back!

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Compiled by Edward Kendall & Andy Carter