Home > Stranraer Town Station Demolition

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01. The Station Building - 1851 viewsSeen from the town side (Archie Thom)
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02. Main Station Building - 2678 viewsSeen from the town side (Archie Thom)
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03. The single platform with building931 viewsThere was only one platform at Stranraer Town station. The rails are still in place and still see occasional use for stabling p-way trains (Archie Thom)
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04. All that remains of Stranraer locoshed861 viewsPhotographed in March 2006 (Archie Thom)
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05. The Goods Shed647 viewsPhotographed in March 2006 (Archie Thom)
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06. The Crane to be Preserved752 viewsIn its original position inside the shed, this crane is more or less complete and was earmarked for preservation (Archie Thom)
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07. The second crane690 viewsSeen in its original position inside the goods shed, this crane had several parts missing, and so was not to be preserved (Archie Thom)
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08. The Station Building has gone!755 viewsThe blue container marks the spot where the station building used to stand. The platform face and rails have been left in situ meantime (Archie Thom)
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09. The Goods Shed has gone!605 viewsThis is where the goods shed used to stand. The demolishers did an expert job of recovering the crane intact, during the demolition process (Archie Thom)
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10. The crane is loaded for transportation680 viewsOn Monday 8th May 2006 the preserved crane was loaded on to one of Mr Barr's lorries for transportation to Dunaskin (Archie Thom)
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11. The preserved crane at Dunaskin 1684 viewsThe crane recovered from Stranraer Town goods shed is now temporarily stored at Dunaskin, pending re-erection in the Wagon Repair Shop. In the background are the frames of locomotive No 8 (Archie Thom)
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12. The crane at Dunaskin - 2678 viewsSeen from above (the photographer teetering on the frames of locomotive No 8!) Archie Thom
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