Midland Main Lines

Nottingham to Lincoln

including the Southwell Branch

by Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith

The complex lines at Lincoln and their later simplification are fully explained and illustrated.

Also shown are the splendidly styled buildings, which still stand at most of the intermediate stations. A great variety of passenger and freight trains can be enjoyed.

 

Review:

'As the Nottingham-Lincoln line is still active with passenger and freight trains today, this book will act as an ideal guide to those who might wish to become more familiar with it.'
(The Railway Magazine, Christmas 2013)

 

Book Details

Author
Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith
Series
Midland Main Lines
Publisher
Middleton Press Ltd
Published
22 June 2013
ISBN
9781908174437
Language
English
Format
Hardback
Dimensions
240 x 174 mm
Weight
480g
General
96 Pages
120 Photographs
Large Scale Maps
Other details of local history

Stations & Locations

Stations Photo
Nottingham 1-5
Nottingham Midland 6-8
Nottingham 9-14
Carlton & Netherfield for Gedling & Colwick 15-18
Carlton & Netherfield 19
Burton Joyce 20-24
Lowdham 25-30
Thurgarton 31-34
Bleasby 35-38
Fiskerton 39-42
Rolleston Junction 43-47
Rolleston 48
Staythorpe Crossing 49
Newark 50
Newark Castle 51-56
Collingham 57-61
South Scarle Crossing 62
Swinderby 63-67
Thorpe on the Hill 68-70
Hykeham 71-75
Lincoln St.Marks 76-84
Lincoln Central 85-86
Lincoln 87-89
Southwell 90-97
Kirklington 98-99
Farnsfield 100-101
Bilsthorpe Colliery 102
Blidworth & Rainworth 103-106
Rufford Colliery 107
Mansfield Colliery Junction 108
Mansfield Colliery 109-110
Mansfield North Junction 111
Mansfield East Junction 112
Mansfield South Junction 113
Mansfield 114-115
Mansfield Town 116-120