Northern Class 156 No. 156443 departs Platform 2, under the 1870's Passenger Footbridge at Hexham Station, (which opened in 1835 and is one of the oldest railway stations in the world, built to link the lead mines of the North Pennines to the Tyne Docks at Blaydon), working the 08:50 Carlisle to Morpeth service on 14th September 2019, while Northern Class 158/0 No. 158792 stands at Platform 1, prior to working the 09:45 return service to Hexham.
Mike Brook       


Mike BrookView All Images

Welcome to the new Railway Herald website. You have requested access to the part of the site that is only available to members.

Why not subscribe now for

£ 25 per year

Subscribe now and get access to our weekly digital magazine and online news content.

Or sign up for a FREE account, and share your railway imagery with thousands of enthusiasts across the globe.

Already Registered?

Enter your username and password below
to login to the website

Keep me logged in ? Forgotten your password?