The station area from the east. The two parts of the maltings on the left (Harrison Gray). The truck to the right of them is on a turntable which pointed trucks at the maltings’ two sidings, one went into each building. To the right of the maltings in the distance, on the Braintree line, is the gas truck for gassing up the lights in the carriages. To the right of centre, left to right, are the water tower, then ,a weatherboarded, thin building which had the hydraulic equipment, pump etc, for the lifts in the station. Then the Junction signal box with the overhanging top. Behind the latter, probably part of Cullen’s seed trial grounds. Houses in Albert Road behind the station. Information from John Newman. See also M580 and M581, M2776-M2784, and M2786-M2788.
|Publisher||Great Eastern Railway|
|Source||John Newman, 35 The Avenue, Witham, CM8 2DT|
|Restrictions||From the Windwood collection at the National Railway Museum, York. Copyright of the NRM. Their ref GE 710|