Category: Railway Connections
This is where we invite you to write about your own railway memories in order to make connections to other stations around the world.
Do you have any interesting stories about your own local station? Does your station have a significance in the development of the railways? Please write them below and attach an image related to your story or of the station you are writing about. Entries will appear once approved by a moderator.
Resource Type: Image | Posted on 22nd April 2013 | 0 Comments
My dad born in 1906 and grew up in Edge Hill In a small square colloquially known as Piggy Muck Square. Now demolished, it was at the Junction of Cardigan, Cadogan and Cambridge roads behind the Gas works. Although an asthmatic child he grew out of it and by the age of 12 he boasted that he loaded coal for a tanner a ton on saturdays. This enabled him to... Read more
Resource Type: Image | Posted on 23rd July 2012 | 0 Comments
William Edwards Jones (Bill) Worked on the Railway for 45 years Lost his leg in the first world war aged 22 year but returned to Liverpool and worked at Edge Hill until retirement Grandfather to Thomas Jones... Read more
Resource Type: Image | Posted on 11th July 2012 | 0 Comments
Image of the entrance to Spellow Tunnel by Keith Rose. 1968 Hear Keith’s recordings here: http://www.edgehillstation.co.uk/resources/steam-engine-recording-canada-dock-to-edge-hill-1/... Read more