Stockrington

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Richmond Vale Railway Line - The Line Today
... and a short section of the line towards Stockrington (Richmond Main-Leggetts Drive) remains, used for tourist trains by the Richmond Vale Railway Museum ... Some track is still in place across Hexham Swamp and at the former Stockrington Colliery site, though unusable ... been suggested that one or some non-air wagons are sitting in a dilapidated state in the former Stockrington sidings, though this is yet to be confirmed ...
Richmond Vale Railway Line - History - Richmond Vale Railway & Collieries
1913-14 with the development of Duckenfield No.2 colliery at Stockrington taking place, the main line was duplicated between Minmi Junction and Stockrington ... for the section to Six Mile Loop was constructed at Stockrington ... In 1942 with the re-arrangement of the main lines at Stockrington to cater for the new Stockrington No.2 Colliery a new staff cabin was built adjacent to the level crossing at Doghole and the staff instruments ...
Richmond Vale Railway Line - History - Stockrington Area Collieries
... development work started for a new mine named Duckenfield No.2 Colliery, which was located at Stockrington (near Minmi) on the RVR, but work ceased on this work in 1914 ... by the time this colliery was ready to produce coal in 1935 it had been renamed Stockrington Colliery ... Further Collieries were developed in the Stockrington Valley Duckenfield No.5 Colliery (in 1931), Stockrington No.2 Colliery (in 1940) and Stockrington No.2 ...
Richmond Vale Railway Line - History - Closure of The Line Beyond Stockrington
... With the opening of Stockrington No.2 Colliery No.3 Tunnel in 1954, Duckenfield no.5 Colliery closed in 1955, followed by Stockrington Colliery in 1956 and Stockrington No.2 ... Collieries Limited, promptly ceased operations beyond Stockrington No.2 Colliery on the Richmond Vale Railway ... Despite Stockrington No.2 Colliery continuing to work at full capacity, following the closure of the line beyond Stockrington the railway began single line working only ...
Richmond Vale Railway Line - History - Final Closure and Demolition
... port by road and on 28 August 1987 announced the planned closure of the Stockrington to Hexham line from 25 September 1987 ... September No.25 cleared the empty wagons from the preparation plant and then made two trips to Stockrington to work the remaining empty wagons to Hexham ... after the railways closure the sidings were lifted from Stockrington area leaving only the main line and dead end head shunt intact ...