Branch lines around Spalding: M&GN Saxby to Long Sutton. p. 12. 1930s track layout, valid till the end of services. Bourne station, in the context of Bourne & Essendine (506985)". KMS Books, Assembly Rooms, Market Place, Boston, Lincs. PE21 6LY. ISBN 978-48017-03-2. Squires, Stewart; Hollamby, Ken, eds. (2010). Building a Railway: Bourne to Saxby. The Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology and The Lincoln Record Society (joint publishers).
Find nearly any book by JOHN RHODES. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Bourne to Saxby (Branch Lines). ISBN 9780948017070 (978-48017-07-0) Softcover, KMS Books, 1989.
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The branch lines to Stamford and Bourne were opened in 1856 and 1860. Due to its status as a junction, it was served by some express trains as well as by stopping trains. For many years a commuter train left King's Cross at around 5pm and terminated at Essendine, before returning the next morning. The Bourne branch closed in 1957. The Stamford branch closed in 1959 along with Essendine station itself and the Peterborough to Grantham local services. Peterborough to Grantham is the longest distance between adjacent stations in England.
Branch lines around Spalding: M&GN Saxby to Long Sutton.
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Essendine railway station was a station in Essendine, Rutland. It was situated on the East Coast Main Line of the Great Northern Railway. Because it was the junction for branch lines to Stamford and Bourne, it was served by some express trains as well as by stopping trains. Essendine station has been proposed for reopening. British Railways Atlas.
The Bourne and Sleaford Railway was an 18-mile-long (29 km) Great Northern Railway built single-track branch railway line that ran between Bourne, on the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway main line between the Midlands and the Norfolk Coast, to Sleaford, on the Peterborough to Lincoln Line via four intermediate stations: Morton Road, Rippingale, Billingboro and Horbling, and Aswarby and Scredington.