[Source: Paul Wright]

A view of Baschurch station looking north from the up platform in the early years of the 20th century.
Copyright p
hoto from the John Alsop collection

Baschurch station looking south from the level crossing in April 1962. The goods shed can be seen in the distance. The station appears to be in a good state of repair and does not give the appearance of having closed to passengers nearly two years earlier.
Photo by Ben Brooksbank

Looking north along the down platform at Baschurch station in the late 1960s.
Copyright photo from the John Mann collection

Baschurch station seen in 1973.
Photo by Graham Larkbey

A view looking north at Baschurch station in 1981.
Photo by John Mann

Baschurch station seen from the north side of the level crossing looking south in 1987.
Photo by David Vinsen

A southwards view of Baschurch station taken on 23 November 2015. The red sandstone pump house is seen on the right, obscured by luxuriant plant growth.
hoto by Paul Wright

The Baschurch station forecourt looking north on 23 November 2015.
hoto by Paul Wright

Baschurch station showing the main entrance looking east on 23 November 2015. The Grade II listed building is looking decidedly shabby, with stucco crumbling and bargeboards missing.
hoto by Paul Wright

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