Peterborough Train Station

There have been a number of railway stations in Peterborough: Peterborough East (1845–1966), the current station which opened in 1850 (previously known by various names including Peterborough North); and briefly Peterborough Crescent (1858–1866).Peterborough was the first station on the East Coast Main Line to be electrified. Peterborough consequently has the first mast to be installed as part of the electrification project. This can be found behind platform 1.

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Peterborough Train Station.

Still to this day you can see Steam Trains like the Pacific class Bittern and the Union of South Africa and even the Flying Scott's Man running through or stopping at Peterborough Station

 

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