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 Posted: Sun Oct 6th, 2013 06:26 pm
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Another version of the standard design and the next station along the line from Rothley. This one has been restored to a 1940's era.
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Just found this post whilst browsing; I was born on a farm at Old Woodhouse just up from Quorn and would walk down to the station to watch the trains. Later as a soldier I caught the train to St Pancras when on leave. Fond memories, laterly I worked as chauffeur to the MD of Brush. Odd then that I never had a train set until I was 66!

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Nice to see a station restored to former glory.
Not like the vandals who tore down the elegant station buildings and replaced them with bus shelters.
Thanks for the photo,s.
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Delightful architecture, thanks as always for posting.

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Excellent photos, thanks for sharing. I particularly like the first picture.

Fantastic.

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Great photos. :thumbs Completely different to Quorn Railway Station in South Australia... ;-)

http://www.exploreaustralia.net.au/South-Australia/Flinders-Ranges-and-Outback/Quorn

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Gary wrote: Great photos. :thumbs Completely different to Quorn Railway Station in South Australia... ;-)

http://www.exploreaustralia.net.au/South-Australia/Flinders-Ranges-and-Outback/Quorn

Cheers, Gary.
Hi Gary, I watched a travel show the other night,a guy riding a Harley Davidson round Oz he passed thro Quorn and did a little filming, it looked so sad that an interesting place like that could be allowed to go to seed :cry: when so many Aussies would love to take it on and preserve it. cheers mate Pete. 



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