Barnwell Station pictured in 1961, three years before its closure.
Superb photo showing the old station building from Barnwell Station being precariously manoeuvred in 1977 through the streets of Oundle on its way to the Nene Valley Railway headquarters at Stibbington where it is used today as the main platform waiting room.
An undated image of Barnwell FC !
Looking east through the crossing gates at Barnwell Station – image probably dating back to the 1950s.
The less photographed eastbound platform at Barnwell Station probably captured in the early 1960s.
Another nice shot of Barnwell Station after its closure in the 1960s, looking west with both platform edges just about showing through the undergrowth !
Barnwell railway station pictured in the late 1960s, a few years after its closure in 1964.
Visitors to the Nene Valley Railway’s HQ at Stibbington/Wansford might recognize the building as being the waiting room on the westbound platform which is where the Barnwell station building was uprooted and moved to !
Barnwell Station probably pictured in the late 1960s, a few years after its closure in 1964.
Barnwell Station was opened in 1845 and closed on the 4th May 1964.
The station building – the roof of which can just be seen on the far right of the image – was erected in 1884 for the use of the Royal family when visiting Barnwell Manor, the home of the Duke of Gloucester. After the closure of the line in the early 1970s, the building was carefully removed and re-sited as the main waiting room at the Nene Valley Railway HQ at Wansford.