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Central Trains Class 170 Turbostar at Melton Mowbray in 2006
Central Trains Class 170 Turbostar at Melton Mowbray in 2006
A container train from Nuneaton approaches Water Orton station
A container train from Nuneaton approaches Water Orton station
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The east end of the station, with the newly rebuilt and refurbished building which opened in 2015.
The east end of the station, with the newly rebuilt and refurbished building which opened in 2015.
Early 20th century photo taken from the west, showing the LNWR station (left) and the Midland station (right) with the Queens Drive between them
Early 20th century photo taken from the west, showing the LNWR station (left) and the Midland station (right) with the Queens Drive between them
Birmingham New Street station as pictured in the Illustrated London News on 3 June 1854
Birmingham New Street station as pictured in the Illustrated London News on 3 June 1854
The interior of the original LNWR station in the late 19th century, with its once record-breaking roof
The interior of the original LNWR station in the late 19th century, with its once record-breaking roof