Station Name: STOW BEDON

[Source: Glen Kilday]


Stow Bedon Gallery 2: 1964 - July 2017

A northbound DMU waits at Snow Bedon station in 1964 before departing for Swaffham.
Photo from Jim Lake collection

18 months after closure dereliction has already set in when this photograph of the station was taken from the roadside in December 1965
Copyright photo from Nigel Mundy

The former Stow Bedon station forecourt seen from the roadside in September 1971, seven
years after closure.
Photo by RM Casserley

Deterioration after nine years of disuse is evident in this image from 1973 looking south
from the level crossing.
Photo by Peter Howie

Looking across the Stow Bedon station forecourt at the back of the buildings fronting onto the
platform in June 1975.
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

Stow Bedon station entrance in June 1975. Note the small porch to provide limited weather protection for passengers arriving in a road vehicle.
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

Looking out at the overgrown track bed from the verandah in front of the booking office at Stow Bedon station in June 1975.
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

Stow Bedon station forecourt in June 1975.
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

By June 1975 nature had completely taken over tghe platform at Stow Bedon station
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

The verandah that gace weather protection to waiting passengers at Stow Bedon station in June 1975. The Mill Inn can be seen through the booking office window opposite the station forecourt.
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

Looking south along Stow Bedon platform in June 1975.
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

Looking north along the overgrown track bed at Stow Bedon station in June 1975. The stationmaster's house is seen on the right.
Photo by David Burrows from his Photo by David Burrows from his Flickr photostream

The former trackbed looking south in July 2017 approximately where the south end of the platform stood.  The buildings post-date the railway’s closure
Photo by Glen Kilday

Gatepost at the site of the Stow Bedon level crossing in July 2017.
Photo by Glen Kilday

A car-park for the Great Eastern Pingo Trail trail covers where the Stow Bedon
platform stood (July 2017).
Photo by Glen Kilday



 

 

 

[Source: Glen Kilday]




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