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Washington Railway Station

Aerial View of Washington Railway Station and Washington Chemical Works

Washington Station Road ( bottom, centre ), leading to the two Railway Bridges.
The Long Iron Bridge, over the tracks, leading to Coxgreen.

Can You Find The Following?
Low, Middle & High Barmston Farms  -  Coxgreen Bridge  -  Oddfellows Arms  -  Wilden Terrace  -  The Willows
Chemical Works Football Ground  -  Pattinson Town  -  Bell Street  -  Doris Terrace  -  Oxclose Street  -  Cook Street  -  Colliery Waggonway

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WASHINGTON STATION ROAD RAILWAY BRIDGES


WASHINGTON STATION ROAD RAILWAY BRIDGES

View from above Washington Chemical Works.
Station Road
(top-left)  -  The Willows (top-centre)  -  Future Barmston Village (top-right)
Pattinson Town (far-right)


Travelling down Station Road to Chemical Works


Travelling up from Chemical Works to Station Road

RAILWAY BRIDGES
The Leamside Line crossing Washington Station Road
Left Picture: The Entrance to Washington Railway Station is 100m off-picture, along the track, bottom-right.
Note also: Two separate Bridges - one for the Leamside Line and the other for the Tyne Dock to Consett.

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WASHINGTON RAILWAY STATION


Note the Long Footbridge, under the Platform Footbridge.


Route from Brady Square to Wilden Terrace, Coxgreen etc.


Washington Station as seen from The Long Footbridge.


Note the Long Footbridge, under the Platform Footbridge.


THE LONG IRON FOOTBRIDGE - WASHINGTON STATION, 1982


WASHINGTON STATION ROAD RAILWAY BRIDGES  &  LONG FOOTBRIDGE

Waggonway to Glebe & 'F' Pits ( B&W Bars )  -  Leamside Line ( BK, Left )  -  Tyne Dock to Consett Line ( BK, Right )
Waggonway Crossing at Brady Square ( Blue Area )