ABERMULE

PHOTO GALLERY

[Source: Paul Wright]

Abermule station looking north-east in 1948. The main line is seen to the left and the Kerry branch to the right. The Kerry branch was still in use at this time for goods services only which explains why the branch platform edge has not been painted white.
Photo from the John Mann collection

Looking north-east at Abermule station in 1953. The up platform is to the left and the down to the right. The Kerry branch which had its own platform can be seen curving off to the right. Standing on the Kerry branch is a wagon loaded with timber. The branch was still open at this time for goods services.
Photo from the wagon16 Flickr photostream


Abermule signal box seen in 1963.
Copyright photo by J L Smith from the John Alsop collection


Abermule stations down platform seen from a passing train on 17 June 1964. The Abermule signal box is at the far end of the platform. The Kerry branch platform was extant at this time and still had a track adjacent to it. It was though by this date just a siding there being buffer stops just out of sight at the far end of the platform.
Photo by Ian Nolan from his Flickr photostream


Looking south-west at the site of Abermule station in August 1974.
Photo by John Mann


The station houses at Abermule seen in August 1974.
Photo by John Mann


Abermule station looking south-west in 1979.

Looking south-west at the site of Abermule station on 29 May 2008. Only the station houses survived by this time.
P
hoto by Alan Young


Looking north along the Kerry branch from the site of Abermule station on 3 May 2016.
Photo by Paul Wright


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[Source: Paul Wright]




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