Cambridge Line :: Shared Description

The Cambridge Line runs from Cambridge Junction on the East Coast Main Line to Shepreth Branch Junction on the West Anglia Main Line and forms part of the route between London King's Cross and East Anglia. The line opened in 1851.
In 2013 the Hitchin Flyover was completed to allow better access across the East Coast Main Line.
by N Chadwick
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12 images use this description:

TL1931 : New railway spur Bridge by N Chadwick
TL2031 : New rail spur joining by N Chadwick
TL4048 : Foxton Station by N Chadwick
TL4048 : Foxton Crossing by N Chadwick
TL1931 : The new Cambridge line by N Chadwick
TL4048 : Cambridge Line at Foxton by N Chadwick
TL2031 : New Cambridge Line by N Chadwick
TL1931 : Lines rejoin by N Chadwick
TL4048 : Foxton Crossing and signalbox by N Chadwick
TL4048 : Foxton Crossing by N Chadwick
TL1931 : Cambridge to Hitchin line by N Chadwick
TL1931 : Bridge, New Cambridge Line by N Chadwick


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Created: Sun, 11 Dec 2016, Updated: Fri, 9 Mar 2018

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