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2nd August 1958

A Met-Camm DMC on rear of a Newcastle - Carlisle service seen at Haltwhistle on the 2nd August 1958. 77011 is working the Alston branch. Stuart Mackay Collection.


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June 1970

Two Class 101 sets are seen in Haltwhistle station in June 1970. Steve Davies Collection.


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June 1970

Two Class 101 sets are seen in Haltwhistle station in June 1970. Steve Davies Collection.


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Unknown Date

A Class 108 seen at Haltwhistle prior to closure of the Alston branch, exact date unknown. Phil Deane Collection.


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Unknown Date

A Class 108 and Class 101 formation departs from Haltwhistle, circa 1970. Steve Davies Collection.


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Unknown Date

A two-car Class 101 in Haltwhistle station, circa 1970. Steve Davies Collection.


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Unknown Date

Passengers from a Newcastle - Carlisle service head for the Alston branch Class 101 in Haltwhistle station, circa 1970. Steve Davies Collection.


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Unknown Date

Class 101s (and 108) at Haltwhistle, early-mid 1970s. As the destination blinds show, nearest the camera is a Tyne Valley line service from Newcastle to Carlisle (101 / 108), and the other (behind) is for Alston. The branch line from Haltwhistle to Alston, which operated as a long siding with no signals, closed on 3rd May 1976. Graeme Phillips Collection.


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Unknown Date

A Class 101 DMU at Haltwhistle Junction for Alston, c.1975. Old station signage still in situ on platform, but modern sign on signal box. Graeme Phillips Collection.


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Unknown Date

Three Met-Camm units at Haltwhistle, date unknown. The unit on the left is for the Alston branch, the one on the right is one of South Gosforth's "named" sets, the names are above the marker lights on the cab. Stuart Rankin.


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Unknown Date

A 2-car Met-Camm seen at Haltwhsitle, undated. Steve Davies Collection.


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17th April 1976

A Met-Camm waiting departure from Haltwhistle. 17th April 1976. Steve Davies Collection.


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17th April 1976

A Met-Camm waiting departure from Haltwhistle. 17th April 1976. Steve Davies Collection.


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27th April 1976

A Met-Camm DMU arriving at Haltwhistle - Tuesday, 27th April, 1976. The penultimate week of the Alston branch. A poignant day out, a few months before I joined the railway fraternity! Arnie Furniss.


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1st May 1976

A 4-car Class 101 at Haltwhistle on 1/5/76, the final day of services to Alston. Did the headboard mean this was a railtour, or was it a service train carrying it to mark the last day? John Reddyhoff.


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12th March 1983

A unidentified Class 101 2-car unit calls at Haltwhistle with the 10:40 Newcastle - Carlisle on 12/03/1983. The bus on the right is Ribble fleet no. 1012 / PTF707L, an ECW coach-bodied Bristol RELH6L dating from September 1972, with the 1225 departure to Alston. Graeme Phillips Collection.


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26th July 1986

54071 is seen on the rear of a Carlisle - Newcastle service entering Haltwhistle station at 18:25 on Saturday 26/7/86. Mel Holley.

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