ROTTON PARK ROAD - GALLERY
[Source: Terry Callaghan]
The staff of the station pose for a photograph during 1934 the photographer is looking towards Birmingham with the Selwyn Road overbridge visible in the background.
The smoke coming from the platelayers hut indicates it is occupied.
Copyright photo from the John Mann colleciton
An LMS tank engine blows off excess steam as it departs with a train to Harborne during November 1934 although in its last month of operation the station is looking very well kept.
Photo by W A Camwell
The station viewed looking north-east following its closure in 1934 the buildings were quickly demolished and it looks as though the original line, to the right of the platform has been taken out of use.
Photo by C J Williams
An interesting shot taken during July 1956 from Rotton Park Road showing the degraded platform and the original line still in situ although heavily overgrown.
Photo by D J Norton
Photo by John Mann
Seen within the trees, to the right of the public footpath which occupies the site today is a raised mound of earth in roughly the position of the platform on 14 May 2014.
Photo by Terry Callaghan