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All images on this website are courtesy of the SCRT, Tony Freschini, Geoff Bounds, Martin Firth and Andrew & Rachel Griffiths of ImageRail
Copyright (C) 2010
This page illustrates the range of projects the trust has worked on.
The images are arranged in chronological order starting with the first project, Ribblehead Viaduct. Please use the scroll bar on the right to see all the pictures.
Ribblehead as it is today, a working viaduct. Built and repaired to withstand the harsh conditions of winter.
Repair of one of the arches begins,
(above and left)
Supporting the viaduct during the works was essential!
Evidence that established the essential nature of the repairs
Drilling into the stonework in all weathers, (above right)

The drilling team take a well earned break
Iron support on one of the viaduct's 12 pillars
Ribblehead Viaduct
Ribblehead Station
An early milepost on the station wall
A refurbished lantern
The distinctive windows fully restored
The smart new Visitor Centre in the station building
Some of the decorated window panels in the
Visitor Centre showing crests of the Midland railway, the LMS Railway and British Railways
Horton-in-Ribblesdale Station
The station was shrouded in scaffolding as restoration started
Woodwork on the station was in poor repair before work started
The revived waiting room, complete
with specially built leaflet racks
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