Trains passing through Hatfield

Photos (c.1950s-60s)

By Reg Coleman

These photo’s were taken during 50s & 60s.

The pictures are copyright to the estate of the late Reg Coleman. Contact Hatfield Local History Society (hatfieldhistory@ntlworld.com) if you want to use any of these photos.

This page was added on 02/06/2010.

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  • Snap I used to lie down with my younger brother on the wooden footbridge at Hatfield railway station in the mid 50’s and wait for the steam train to go under the bridge our faces would be black from the soot, loved the sound of that train still doo. Yes happy times I also got the little Birch Country bus outside the station which was I think cream and brown or green and it took me all the way to Codicote to see family,

    By jill (29/08/2017)
  • My brother, Alan and I used to stand on the footbridge by the station and get covered in smoke from the trains in the 1950’s. Happy days

    By Christine Newman (nee Skinner) (27/07/2017)
  • I was train-spotting at marshmoor at this time, really good memories.

    By bob swan (07/01/2017)

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