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Harborne Junction

LMS Route: Rugby to Wolverhampton
LMS Route: Birmingham - Soho Road - Perry Barr - Birmingham
LMS Route: Birmingham New Street to Harborne

Harborne Junction

View looking towards Soho showing the angle of incline that trains needed to climb at Harborne Junction
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T Heeks
View looking towards Soho showing the angle of incline that trains needed to climb at Harborne Junction
An elevated view of Harborne Junction taken from Northbrook Street showing the overbridge carrying the branch over the canal
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T Heeks
An elevated view of Harborne Junction taken from Northbrook Street showing the overbridge carrying the branch
Looking towards Wolverhampton from the rear of a DMU with the Harborne branch seen climbing on the left
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DJ Norton
Looking to Wolverhampton from the rear of a DMU with the Harborne branch seen climbing on the left
View of the skew bridge carrying the railway over the Birmingham Navigation Canal seen on 12th April 1940
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AW Camwell
View of the skew bridge carrying the railway over the Birmingham Navigation Canal seen on 12th April 1940
View of the junction between the Harborne branch's single line and the Stour Valley's double tracked main line
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PB Whitehouse
View of the junction between the Harborne branch's single line and the Stour Valley's double tracked main line

View showing some of the pointwork at the junction of the Harborne branch with the Stour Valley main line
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JE Norris
View showing some of the pointwork at the junction of the Harborne branch with the Stour Valley main line
LMS 2-6-0 'Horwich Mogul' No 2825 at the head of a train that appears to be running under mineral train headcode
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AW Camwell
LMS 2-6-0 'Horwich Mogul' No 2825 at the head of a train that appears to be running under mineral train headcode
Close up showing the bridge carrying the Harborne branch over the canal in relation to the Stour Valley main line
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AW Camwell
Close up showing the bridge carrying the Harborne branch over the canal in relation to the Stour Valley main line
View of the removal of the main girders that carried the branch over the Birmingham Canal Navigations waterway
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British Railways
View of the removal of the main girders that carried the branch over the Birmingham Canal Navigations waterway

Locomotives seen at or near Harborne Junction

Ex-LMS 5MT 4-6-0 No 45437 is seen on the down mail line with an empty carriage working on 4th July 1955
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DJ Norton
Ex-LMS 5MT 4-6-0 No 45437 is seen on the down mail line with an empty carriage working on 4th July 1955
Ex-LMS 5XP 4-6-0 No 45738 'Samson' passes over the point switch blades for the Harborne on 4th July 1955
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DJ Norton
Ex-LMS 5XP 4-6-0 No 45738 'Samson' passes over the point switch blades for the Harborne on 4th July 1955
Ex-LMS 4-6-0 5MT No 45094 approaches Harborne Junction signal cabin with a down express on 4th July 1955
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DJ Norton
Ex-LMS 4-6-0 5MT No 45094 approaches Harborne Junction signal cabin with a down express on 4th July 1955
Ex-LMS 6P 4-6-0 'Rebuilt Royal Scot' No 46155 'The Lancer' is seen approaching Harborne station
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DJ Norton
Ex-LMS 6P 4-6-0 'Rebuilt Royal Scot' No 46155 'The Lancer' is seen approaching Harborne station
Ex-LNWR 2-4-2T No 46757 is seen at the head of a two-coach SLS special to Harborne on 3rd June 1950
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TJ Edgington
Ex-LNWR 2-4-2T No 46757 crosses over from the Stour Valley line on to Harborne Junction on 3rd June 1950

Ex-LNWR 2-4-2T No 46757 is seen at the head of a two-coach SLS special to Harborne on 3rd June 1950
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TJ Edgington
Ex-LNWR 2-4-2T No 46757 is seen at the head of a two-coach SLS special to Harborne on 3rd June 1950