Branch Lines

Branch Line to Dunstable

from Leighton Buzzard to Hatfield

by Sue Woodward & Geoff Woodward

The branches formed part of a cross country route, which served both agriculture and industry. Part of it also carried London commuters, long before the word was introduced here. The sections were always operated by different organisations and thus we can enjoy great variety of rolling stock and architecture.

Book Details

Author
Sue Woodward & Geoff Woodward
Editor
Vic Mitchell
Series
Branch Lines
Publisher
Middleton Press Ltd
Published
01 May 2008
Reprinted
22 September 2012
ISBN
9781906008277
Language
English
Format
Hardback
Dimensions
240 x 174 mm
General
96 Pages
120 Photographs
Large Scale Maps
Other details of local history

Stations & Locations

Stations Photo
Leighton Buzzard 1-6
Ledburn Crossing 8-10
Billington Road Crossing Hut 14
Stanbridgeford 15-18
Totternhoe Lime & Stone Quarries 19-20
Sewell Bank 21-23
Dunstable North LNWR 24-31
Dunstable North GNR 32-39
Dunstable Town 40-44
Dunstable Town Skimpot Lane Bridge 45
Dunstable Town Cold Storage Depot 46-47
Chaul End 48-49
Chaul End Laporte's Chemical Works 50-51
Luton Bute Street 55-68
Luton Vauxhall Motors Sidings 70-71
Luton Hoo 72-78
Luton Hoo Hyde Mill Siding 79
Harpenden East 80-90
Wheathampstead 91-96
Wheathampstead Blackbridge landfill siding 97
Wheathampstead Sparrowhall Bridge 98
Ayot 99-107
Welwyn Garden City 108-111
Hatfield 112-120