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The south side of the goods yard - clearly disused by this date, but rails still in-place.288 viewsPhoto : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
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The water tower and footbridge at the north end of the Preston platform.216 viewsPhoto : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
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The station yard, viewed from the long L&Y wooden footbridge to the Branch platform268 viewsPhoto : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
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The branch platform and Cooke & Nuttall headshunt.251 viewsThe branch was closed to passengers by this time. Note the footbridge steps behind the signal post.

Photo : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
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General view of the main-line platforms.270 viewsNote the urinal block on the right. The waiting room building behind that was the only one to have survived into the 1980s. All the station buildings have now gone.

Photo : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
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The main station buildings, which adjoined the Goods Shed on the Manchester platform. 258 viewsThe Shed remains today, but the station buildings were demolished in the 1970s

Photo : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
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The long footbridge which connected the three platforms. The branch platform is furthest from the camera.250 viewsPhoto : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
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The water tower at the north end of the Preston platform245 viewsPhoto : Eric Blakey 1968 - Courtesy of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway Society
 
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