Michael Laing (rock_dinosaur) wrote,
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Further Waverley progress

[ Edinburgh Waverley Station album on Flickr ]
[ Waverley Station group on Flickr ]


Westward view from North Bridge, Edinburgh, on 16th December, 2011, showing dismantling of the old Market Street entrance underway, with the somewhat ramshackle-looking temporary entrance from Market Street located behind it. I am still unclear as to which position the new entrance will occupy.
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  • Latest Waverley progress

    A westward view from the overhead walkway at Waverley Station on 2nd December, 2017, with track laid in the extended Platform 12.

  • Further Waverley progress

    [ Edinburgh Waverley Station album on Flickr ] [ Waverley Station group on Flickr ] Work underway on the new Market Street entrance to Waverley…

  • Waverley progress

    [ Edinburgh Waverley Station album on Flickr ] [ Waverley Station group on Flickr ] Work continuing on the new Market Street entrance to…

  • Latest Waverley progress

    [ Edinburgh Waverley Station album on Flickr | Miscellaneous: 2011 album on Flickr ] Waverley Station group on Flickr ] A large hole has now…

  • Passing through Waverley Station

    A Virgin West Coast Class 390 Pendolino EMU preparing to depart from Platform 11 at Waverley Station, Edinburgh, (for Birmingham, I think) during…

  • Edinburgh Festival Parade

    Participants in the Edinburgh Festival Parade preparing to join the procession on 6th August, 2006. Participants in the Edinburgh Festival…

  • Further developments at Waverley Station

    A Network Rail track-testing train topped-and-tailed by a pair of English Electric Type 3s (Class 37s) stands in the South Loop Siding at Waverley…

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    Anarchist and pro-independence graffiti seen on a buttress above Calton Road, Edinburgh, 23rd July, 2006. Anarchist and pro-independence…

  • 37 416 at Waverley Station

    English Electric Type 3 (Class 37) No. 37 416 stands at the head of The Royal Scotsman landcruise train at the former Platform 10 (now Platform…

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