Darnall Engine Shed

Coordinates: 53°23′07″N 1°25′15″W / 53.38528°N 1.42083°W / 53.38528; -1.42083 Darnall engine shed was an engine shed in Darnall, Sheffield. It was built by the London and North Eastern Railway to serve the Sheffield area, passenger trains originating or changing at Sheffield Victoria and goods and pilot workings. The shed was built adjacent to the main line immediately west of Darnall station. British Railways initially allocated the shed code 39B to Darnall, and later 41A, both within the Eastern Region code sequence.

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