These photos of steam locomotives, and a diesel loco were taken by Bob Durham circa in the 1950s. They show trains running on local railway lines as shown on the railway map 1915 page.
Below: taken from the road bridge on Hard Lane Kiveton, the steam locos was the "fish" which came through Mon - Fri at about 3.30pm from Grimsby and took the curve at Waleswood towards Nottingham and Leicester. Possibly it want as far a Banbury on L.N.E.R. metals before handing over to the G.W.R.
Below: taken from the road bridge on Hard Lane Kiveton, an early diesel loco and passenger carriages.
Below: taken on the line between between Beighton and Renishaw (the building in the background may be a flour mill).
Below: great photo of a steam train emerging from the Spinkhill tunnel between Killamarsh and Clowne.
Below: photo of a steam train running alogside the Chesterfield canal route south of Killamarsh (the canal is just a grassed in channel). This route more or less follows the modern Transpennine Trail cycle route between Chesterfield and Rother Valley Country Park).
Below: a murky shot of the old Dinnington Railway station.
Below: the Tunnel Top in Kiveton when it had rails and the tunnel was open.
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