PANT (SALOP)

PHOTO GALLERY

[Source: Paul Wright]

 

The Pant (Salop) up platform looking north from a southbound train in 1954.
Photo by H C Casserley


A close up view of the timber waiting room that was located on the down platform taken in 1961.

Looking south along the up platform at Pant (Salop) station in 1960.
Photo from John Mann collection



A view looking north towards Pant (Salop) station in 1960. The transhipment sidings between the former Cambrian Railways main line and the Pant Quarry tramway had been to the left.
Photo from John Mann collection

Pant (Salop) station looking south along the up platform in 1963 as a northbound train approaches.
Photo from John Mann collection

The station buildings at Pant (Salop) seen in October 1962.
Photo by Philip Hindley

A northbound train is seen departing from Pant (Salop) in October 1962.
Photo by Philip Hindley


The up home signal at Pant (Salop) looking north in October 1962. The station can be seen beyond the level crossing.
Photo by Philip Hindley


Pant (Salop) station looking north from the level crossing in the early 1960s.
Photo from the John Mann collection


The derelict Pant (Salop) station looking north in 1974.
Photo by John Mann


Looking north at Pant station in the late 1970s.
Photo by Richard Coy

The rear of the original station building at Pant. The building was also used as a crossing keepers cottage until the signal box opened in the 1890s. The unusual angle of the rear wall at the corner of the building was necessary in order to accommodate the tramway which ran to exchange sidings.
Photo by Richard Coy

Looking north on 28 June 2016 at the site of Pant (Salop) station from a similar viewpoint as the photo above.
P
hoto by Paul Wright

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[Source: Paul Wright]




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