Cambois Railway Depot – Northumberland

Cambois railway depot was a thriving depot up until the mid 1990s. The locomotives based there were mainly used by the nearby power station, which required huge amounts of coal trains to feed it. The power station closed and trains were no longer needed. Thus the depot was no longer needed either…

Last year all of the railway track in the yard was removed. All that remains is the old depot shed, a grounded railway van, a few pre-fabricated offices and a million tyres.

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  • Thumbnail of Cambois Railway Depot
  • Thumbnail of Cambois Railway Depot
  • Thumbnail of Cambois Railway Depot
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2 Responses to Cambois Railway Depot – Northumberland

  1. Lithium says:

    Wow, so good to see this on your site! I am from this area and spent my childhood playing on Cambois beach.
    I havent explored this site for some reason, but great to see your pictures, thanks!

  2. DAB @ Derelicte says:

    This location is now being demolished.

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