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Photos of Northumberland Railways - North Blyth.
These photos were taken along the railway between Sleekburn and North Blyth and from across the River at Bates Jetties.
This line serves the Aluminium Ore terminal on the River Blyth and the harbour at Battleship Wharf.
From here it runs past the now closed Cambois Diesel Depot and joins the line from Bedlington to Ashington and Lynemouth.
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View across the river to North Blyth and an aluminium ore train swapping
Deltic Royal Scots Grey waiting at East Sleekburn with a train of empties for the
Deltic Royal Scots Grey arriving at North Blyth.
Deltic Royal Scots Grey shunting at North Blyth.
Deltic Royal Scots Grey leaving the Alcan Terminal.
Deltic Royal Scots Grey leaving North Blyth for Lynemouth.
Deltic Royal Scots Grey at East Sleekburn.
Coal train leaving Battleship Wharf, Port of Blyth and heading for
Aluminium Ore Train approaching Alcan terminal at North Blyth with empties,
Loco waiting for a load of ore wagons bound for Alcan at Lynemouth.
Aluminium Ore Train at North Blyth.
The railway runs between the beach and road.
Views along the railway to Cambois and the coast.
Freemans Level Cossing and Signal Box.
The railway between Winning Junction Level Crossing and Freemans Level Crossing.
Winning Junction Level Crossing and Signal Box.