Memories of Washington
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WASHINGTON RAILWAY STATION
Class V3 locomotive No. 7634
A Passenger Train heading towards Usworth - Late 1940s.
Note the Station Bridge and the long Public Bridge crossing the entire railway system.
[ Photographer: W. A. Camwell ]
An Excursion Train, hauled by a K1 Class Locomotive, calling at Washington Station.
This Train is on the Leamside Line having passed through Usworth Station.
The Line on the far right is the Tyne Dock to Consett Line.
Washington Station showing both Railway Bridges.
Class V3 locomotive No. 67691.
[ Photo by that great railway photographer, Ian S. Carr ]
Washington Station (31st August 1958): view from the footbridge.
The Leamside Line curves left towards Usworth Station.
[ Photo from John Mann Collection ]
An Excursion Train from Usworth to the Miners’ Gala at Durham arrives at Washington Station.
Hauled by Class V3 No. 67691 - 19th July 1958.
[ Photo by I.S. Carr. ]
Looking north-bound towards the distant Usworth Station c.1904.
[ Photo from John Alsop collection ]
A south-bound Diesel Multiple Unit.
This was the Last Passenger Train to leave Washington Station - 13th June 1963.
[ Photo & Info from Chronicle Live ]
THE PUBLIC FOOTBRIDGE - WASHINGTON STATION
View south-bound towards Victoria Bridge and Penshaw Station - April 1977.
Note the length of the Public Footbridge.
[ Photo by Alan Young. ]
WASHINGTON STATION CLOSED
[ Picture left - John Cameron, 1976. Picture right - Nick Catford, 1968. ]
MAP SHOWING WASHINGTON STATION
Note the long Footbridge over the Railway Tracks