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28 photos of Yorkshire trains and railway stations through the ages

Yorkshire boasts a long and proud railway heritage.

Enjoy these photos showcasing trains and railway stations around God's own county through the ages. READ MORE: 26 stunning photos of Yorkshire which prove its a great place to live

Flying Scotsman leaving Leeds Station.

5. 1956

Flying Scotsman leaving Leeds Station.
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Relief signalman Raymond Airey in the 1903 signal box at Burton Agnes which was declared a listed building.

6. October 1989

Relief signalman Raymond Airey in the 1903 signal box at Burton Agnes which was declared a listed building.
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Denaby Main Colliery level crossing.

7. July 1969

Denaby Main Colliery level crossing.
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John Hoyle, a British Rail traffic controller from Leeds, and (right), Glenn Hardacre, on leave from the RAF in Germany, repair part of the track.

8. September 1979

John Hoyle, a British Rail traffic controller from Leeds, and (right), Glenn Hardacre, on leave from the RAF in Germany, repair part of the track.
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