Gallery Group – Eastern

Gedney Station photographed in 2009, was situated on the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway’s line from Little Bytham to Melton Constable, where branches fanned out to Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Norwich City (Alan Simpson)
Louth station as it appeared in 1989. Fortunately, this building (the finest on the line) was Grade II listed, but that makes it all the more astonishing that it was subjected to this level of neglect. August 1989 (Jeff Vinter)
Louth station, restored to its original splendour. February 2009 (Bob Hipgrave)
Cockfield station was situated on the GER line from Long Melford to Bury St. Edmunds, which closed in April 1961. 2008 (Alan Simspon)
Wells-next-the-Sea in Norfolk, a terminus which was also the junction of separate branch lines from Heacham, north of King’s Lynn, and County School, north of Wymondham. 2008 (Alan Simpson)
Cowbit station, seen here in 2009 with its accompanying signal box, was the last station on the March–Spalding line before Spalding was reached (Chris Bedford)