Steam on the CLC in Liverpool 1948-68
This site serves as an attempt to compile information,
anecdotes, memories, photos and records, in connection with all things
CLC Liverpool between 1948 and 1968.
Hand in hand with this is an attempt to compile a
comprehensive database of locomotives that worked into the Liverpool
area of the CLC between 1948 and 1968. The developing database
(still in its early stages) has just been published. It goes without saying that such a database is never complete
and to this end I welcome any information that can be added to it.
Do you have any notes of locomotive workings
that you could share to help with the compilation? Do you have any
photo's of steam at work on these lines that you'd be willing to have
published at this site? If so please contact me via my email
address further down this page.
If in particular you have photo's of The Walton
Triangle , The Southport Extension , Huskisson or other little recorded
locations ,then I would be very pleased to hear from you!
Please send any information to:-
Its sad to report that Mr Jim Peden
recently died. Jim provided many local enthusiasts with many prints from
his extensive railway photograph collection and a number of his photo's
appear on this site. He will be missed.
DMU Railtour at Huskisson
Photo's of Walton Shed..
Photo's of Knotty
Ash Station NEW
Photo's of Aintree Central
Grand National Traffic
Stations and Signalboxes as at 1968
Misc New Photo's
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This page was last updated on 06/24/02
Click on the above links to go to the rail directories
Link to http://railwalksrating.20fr.com
Link to Aintree on line http://www.cjb.net
Link to ACTIONRAIL UK at http://members.nbci.com/actionrailuk/
Link to St HELENS and SOUTH LANCASHIRE RAILWAY and BUS SITE at
link to THE SOUTHPORT TRANSPORT WEBSITE at
Photo at top of page by Mr Jim Peden.
If you are interested in railway art like that shown
at the top of the page then please follow this link:-