Garsdale engine shed opened in 1879. Two years later, it was leased to the North Eastern Railway Company and used to stable and service the tank engines operating on the branch line to Hawes and Northallerton. The shed was severely damaged by fire on October 6th,1917. The structure was rebuilt, but it closed in 1939 and was demolished at some point between 1939 and 1955.
SCRCA structure 256470: Garsdale Engine Shed (for Hawes Branch loco)
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Key details from the Location Record
- Location Type
- Engine Shed
- Location Variant
- Engine Shed - Single track
- Assessment status
- NOT yet assessed
- Current Use(s)
- Shown on a land plan?
- Construction / installation period
- MR-C: Constructed by the Midland Railway Co. between 1869 and 31st December 1876.
- Distance from London St.Pancras
- 256 miles and 38 chains
- Position relative to running lines
- This location IS visible from nearby publicly accessible land.
- Accessibility (ease of access)
- Protection Category
- Not Applicable - demolished or relocated
- Geographic Location
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