Doncaster Station :: Shared Description

Doncaster Station is a busy station on the East Coast Main Line. It is an important junction station with country wide connections. The Station was built in 1849.
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SE5703 : Platform, Doncaster Station by N Chadwick
SE5703 : Southern end of Doncaster Station by N Chadwick
SE5703 : Northbound Inter-City at Doncaster by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: southbound freight by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: northbound freight by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: southbound East Coast service by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: engineer's train passing through by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: engineer's sidings by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: semi-fast regional service by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: Hull to London express by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster station: regional stopping service by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : The old car park - and a Deltic by Stephen Craven
SE5703 : Doncaster Railway Station by N Chadwick
SE5703 : Southern end of Doncaster Station by N Chadwick


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Created: Thu, 7 Apr 2011, Updated: Thu, 7 Apr 2011

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