Bordon Railway Station

Bordon Railway Station

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Por favor tenga en cuenta que el contenido de este libro consiste principalmente en art culos que est n disponibles en Wikipedia o en otros recursos online sin cargo. Bordon was a railway station on the Bordon Light Railway which served the village of Bordon and its nearby Army Camp. The station building was constructed of corrugated iron on steel framing and stood on a short brick wall. Extra traffic during the First World War led to the extension of the station and the addition of a wooden canopy on its platform side. The station also had a small engine shed which was used in the line's early days for overnight stabling of engines. The shed was later to be damaged by an engine running through its rear, and it was left afterwards to become derelict. Eleven railway cottages were constructed by the London and South Western Railway near the station to accommodate staff: all were either semi-detached or terraced except no. 8 which was the stationmaster's residence. A small wooden signalbox located at the approach of the station completed the more

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  • Paperback | 92 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 6mm | 145g
  • Culp Press
  • United States
  • Spanish
  • 6136526603
  • 9786136526607