Louth Station


(Authors collection)
An early picture of Louth South signalbox showing a great number of station staff - probably c1910


(Authors Collection)
An LNER era view of the south end of Louth station with a train about to depart platform no. 1
(bay platform) either for Mablethorpe or Bardney.


(photo - Bill Woolhouse Collection / LCLR)
The 16th May 1954 RCTS Nottingham - Lincolnshire railtour which visited Lincoln, Bardney, Wragby, Donington on Bain, Louth,
 Mablethorpe, Willoughby, Firsby, Spilsby, Conningsby, Woodhall Jcn, Horncastle, returning via Bardney & Lincoln.



(photo - Bill Woolhouse Collection / LCLR)
C12 67379 stands in platform 2 with a short train in the early 1950s, most likely for the Bardney branch.


(photo D Thompson)
Another picture of the south end of Louth station before the roof was removed in early 1950s.


(Authors collection)
The north end of Louth station, with Louth North signalbox ahead of rake of coaches - early 1950`s.


(Authors collection)
J11 64320 stands near the turntable at Louth shed on 1st June 1950.


(Authors collection)
C12 67389 at the south end of Louth shed in June 1951.


(Authors collection)
Class N5/2 No. 69327 stands at rear of Louth station on 6th Sept 1953 whist on station pilot duties.


(Authors collection)
The up platform at Louth following the removal of the overall roof and demolition of the loco shed. Mid 1960`s


(Photo - John Jennison)
A B1 hauled down train leaving Louth station in 1964


(Authors collection)
A nice view of Louth North signalbox at Keddington Road level crossing - possibly 1960`s.


(Authors collection)
The imposing exterior of Louth station pictured in the 1960`s.


The sad sight of a very derelict Louth station building in 1980. Happily the building was saved
from demolition and has been tastefully converted into living accomodation.

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