East Coast Main Line :: Shared Description

The East Coast Main Line is a 393 mile long high speed electrified railway between London and Edinburgh, via Peterborough, Doncaster, York and Newcastle. It was constructed between 1846 & 1871 by several different rail companies.
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SE5702 : Siding by the East Coast Main Line south  of Doncaster by N Chadwick
SE5951 : 43318 approaching York station - September 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
SK6687 : Ranskill signal box by Alan Murray-Rust
SK7965 : The site of Crow Park Station by Alan Murray-Rust
SK7867 : Grassthorpe Lane level crossing by Alan Murray-Rust
SK8944 : Train  heading to Newark on ECML by J.Hannan-Briggs
TQ3188 : Hornsey Depot by N Chadwick
NT3973 : Prestonpans Station by Anne Burgess
SE5458 : High Speed Train passing Shipton Low Road bridge by Stephen Craven
NU2217 : Little Mill Junction by Alan Murray-Rust
NT9953 : Royal Border Bridge by N Chadwick
SK8055 : Newark Crossing  by Alan Murray-Rust
TQ3189 : Hornsey Depot by N Chadwick
TL1898 : Crescent Bridge, Peterborough by N Chadwick
SK8055 : Light controlled pedestrian crossing - green by Alan Murray-Rust
SE5951 : 82230 in York station - September 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
NZ2913 : ECML just south of Darlington Station by N Chadwick
SE5458 : East Coast Main Line north of Shipton Low Road bridge by Stephen Craven
TQ3084 : Looking Down on the East Coast Main Line from HS1 by David Dixon
NZ2295 : Sidings by the East Coast Main Line by N Chadwick
NT9953 : Royal Border Bridge by DS Pugh
TL1898 : East Coast Main Line, Peterborough by N Chadwick
SE5951 : 91111 in York station - September 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
TL1898 : Peterborough Station by N Chadwick
TL1998 : East Coast Main Line Bridge over the River Nene by N Chadwick

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Created: Tue, 23 Nov 2010, Updated: Tue, 23 Nov 2010

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