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N+B-fromcarpark-01.jpg (160128 bytes)

A merged view of Nailsea and Backwell railway station in North Somerset, taken from the car park on the western (northbound) side of the station. The platforms extend over Station Road that links the two settlements that give the station its name.

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-fromnorth-01.jpg (162002 bytes)

Nailsea and Backwell railway station, viewed looking south from the northern end of the northbound platform. The station takes its name from two North Somerset settlements, as it spans the road that links the two. The southbound platform marks the westernmost point of Backwell, while Nailsea is about mile west (right).

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-fromnorth-02.jpg (161376 bytes)

A merged view of Nailsea and Backwell railway station, viewed looking south from beneath the footbridge. The station takes its name from two North Somerset settlements, as it spans the road that links the two - the road bridge is marked by a change in platform colour and the parapets can also be seen. The southbound platform on the left marks the westernmost point of Backwell, while Nailsea is about mile west (right).

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-fromsouth-01.jpg (162599 bytes)

Nailsea and Backwell railway station, viewed looking north from the southern end of the northbound platform. The station takes its name from two North Somerset settlements, as it spans the road that links the two - the road bridge is the wider part of the platform just this side of the footbridge. The southbound platform on the right marks the westernmost point of Backwell, while Nailsea is about mile west (left).

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-viewnorth-01.jpg (165276 bytes)

Looking north from the northern end of the northbound platform at Nailsea and Backwell railway station in North Somerset. The buildings on the right are part of Backwell, Nailsea is about mile to the west (left).

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-viewnorth-02.jpg (162570 bytes)

Looking north from the northern end of the northbound platform at Nailsea and Backwell railway station in North Somerset. The next station north is Parson Street, in the suburbs of Bristol.
Note the HST stopping board on the left of the track a considerable distance beyond the platforms, which are only long enough to take the standard class carriages of a HST set.

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-viewsouth-01.jpg (159670 bytes)

Looking south from the southern end of the northbound platform at Nailsea and Backwell railway station in North Somerset.

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-viewsouth-02.jpg (163582 bytes)

Looking south from the southern end of the northbound platform at Nailsea and Backwell railway station in North Somerset. The signal is DM126, the prefix relates to automatic signals controlled from Exeter on the Down Main line.

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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N+B-viewwest-01.jpg (162512 bytes)

Looking west from the western (northbound) platform at Nailsea and Backwell railway station in North Somerset. The station spans the bridge over Station Road that links the two settlements that give the station its name, the buildings in this photograph are in Nailsea, Backwell is on the other side of the railway.
The white on black text on the bridge parapet indicate that it is located on the main line (MLN) 126 miles, 33 chains from London Paddington.

Photo by Chris McKenna 23/11/2006.
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