End of the line: Leicester's forgotten railway stations

End of the line: Leicester's forgotten railway stations
 

Everyone knows the grand facade of Leicester station with its departure and arrival archways and clock tower - and steady stream of commuters rushing in and out.
But what about the city's other stations where passengers once flocked to board the busy steam trains that would take them off Lougborough, Nottingham, Manchester, London or for coastal daytrips and holidays in Skegness and Mablethorpe?
We've taken a look back at the city's long-forgotten railway stations.
The places where it was more about coal and steam than comfy seats and on-board wi-fi.
Campbell Street Station This was where... read more

 
18 March 2018 in Regional East, Views: 37
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