Wellow station November 1967

Wellow station November 1967
3 0 c m
actual image size: 32cm x 22cm


The evening sun imparts a golden glow to the stonework of the empty station building photographed in November 1967. The signalbox is the distance is now the only S & D box to survive in its correct location and was last offered for sale at £30,000 having been converted to a dwelling. It is rumoured that artist Peter Blake, who designed the album cover for Sgt. Pepper, and converted the house, infilling the space between the platforms to make a sunken garden, entertained The Beatles here on more than one occasion. From a private collection of slides of the Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway, taken in the year following closure of the line in 1966

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