Darlington North Road Station

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Darlington North Road station has existed in this area since 1825 although the currentĀ building dates from 1842, it stopped being the main station in Darlington when Bank Top opened in 1887
Darlington North Road Station
The building and services declined with it ending up a vandalised and unmanned halt by 1973, it was then restored as a museum which opened in 1975, which in more recent times has become known as the Head of Steam
It would appear it was building “E9” on the Stockton to Darlington Railway.
Darlington North Road Station
Amongst the exhibits inside are a restored ticket office.
Darlington North Road Station
Several Stockton to Darlington Railway boundary markers can be found in the car park and museum
Stockton and Darlington Railway Markers
Stockton and Darlington Railway Markers
Stockton and Darlington Railway Markers

1 thought on “Darlington North Road Station

  1. Hi,
    I’m writing a small booklet on railway boundary posts and stones and came across your pictures of the S&DR Boundary stones on here.
    I just wondered if it’s ok for me to use the pics of the 2 stones in my booklet.
    Of course if you allow me to, i will acknowledge the pictures are yours, you just need to tell me who took the pics.

    Thanks
    Russ

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