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Central Station   Views: 493
Wigan Central Station   Comments: 7
Photo: David Brown   Item #: 31189  
 
Wigan Central Station

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  44671 passing through  

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Comments by Rev David Long, 2nd May 2019  david@scars.org.uk 
"Passing through" a terminus? Is it the Hogwarts Express?

Comments by Colin Harlow, 2nd May 2019  
Not passing through, the is Wigan Central the start of the journey to Manchester just before closure in 1964.

Comments by Albert.S., 3rd May 2019  
I recollect that a number of the locomotives using this line, had a distinctive funnel, shaped somewhat like a dunces hat, with the wide base at the top.

Comments by Albert.S., 4th May 2019  
Wasnít, this line a L.N.E.R.line?.

Comments by baker, 4th May 2019  
this picture and others on here are from bob pictons excellent book railways around wigan.
albert the funny locos where l.n.e.r class j10,s that where shedded at lower ince depot situated between the manley hotel and rock rock pub,now an housing estate/ that was previously a supermarket,whose name escapes me ,but we frequently visited.

Comments by Ks, 5th May 2019  
Kwik save.

Comments by Albert.S., 5th May 2019  
Baker. So very many large housing estates have been developed all around large towns, such has been the case in Wigan. For a person still living in the proximity, it must be more difficult to assimilate their previous knowledge of various areas, having lived through all of these changes, than a person that hasnít, and had long since moved away. I remember the depot that you refer to. Just down the street, where the Manley was situated, there was a row of houses, facing this depot.

 
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