The Ebury Way Photo Gallery

Part of the Lost Rails Project

This page was added on 03/03/2011.

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  • Is there any photos of the croxley junction

    By Tim (05/02/2019)
  • This is actually the lock at Lot Mead, down from Croxley Hall farm with the lock keeper’s cottage behind the white picket fence centre picture left.

    By Lynda Bullock (19/07/2015)
  • I think the building is actually the Watford power Station – built originally for Watford Corporation (Council) and later operated by the CEGB – Note the wooden cooling towers behind the signal box.

    By Andrew Head (02/04/2013)
  • The track just after leaving Church Street Station.It enters a downhill gradient just after where a 1 in16 marker is still in place.

    By John Butcher (30/03/2013)
  • On the left can be found 2 cast steel bridge supports left where they were deposited after being removed from the bridge behind the photographer.

    By John Butcher (30/03/2013)
  • This photo shows the National grid power station at the end of Riverside road in Oxhey. The bridge passes over the river Colne next to the Holywell housing estate.

    By John Butcher (30/03/2013)
  • The caption on the photo of a train on the Rickmansworth Branch Line indicating ‘A Train passing Croxley Paper Mills’ is standing at Croxley Junction waiting for the signal and the building in the background is actually Watford Power Station. Croxley Paper Mills, which were alongside the canal, had a long siding from the Rickmansworth Branch Line, further back towards Rickmansworth.

    By George Storrow (08/12/2011)

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