GALLERY 1970 - 1984

[Source: Terry Callaghan]

The island platform viewed looking north west on 28 July 1973 a rail blue class 116 3 car DMU stands in platform 3 with a Stratford-upon-Avon service.Of particular interest in the picture is the ex-Western region Totem still in use 4 years after the London Midland Region had assumed responsibility also the lantern above is of a London Midland design. The high level goods shed to the left of the train had closed in November of the previous year and is now being used as a car park.
Photo by Alan Young

A deserted Moor Street in September 1981 looking along platform 3 towards the buffer stops.In the 8 years that have passed since the previous picture the goods shed has been demolished and the station has received the BR corporate signage.
Photo by John Mann

The station buildings in December 1984 plaaning had already begun for the building of a new through station located to the left of the original buildings.
Photo by Nick Catford

With a blue/grey class 116 about to depart the station is 3 years away from closure although it is relatively well kept. Of note is the large BR corporate running in board on platform 1
and the Rotunda now dominates the city skyline in December 1984.
Photo by Nick Catford

The terminus station seen from the end of the island platform in December 1984 to the right is the cleared track bed of the former main line through to Snow Hill.
Photo by Nick Catford

The site of the new Moor Street's through platforms in December 1984 the wooden pegs mark the new track alignment the terminus station can be seen to the left.
Photo by Nick Catford

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[Source: Terry Callaghan]

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