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The two old Hartlepool (Headland)Railway Stations derelict

A series of photographs showing the derelict (Old) Hartlepool Headland Railway Stations. Images 2 and 6 are interior views of the first Headland station which can be seen on pre 1950s maps as a curved building. On the 1914 map it is labelled Goods Shed.  This station was built around 1840.

Image 4 shows Commercial St at the left hand side of the picture, the old station is in the centre and on the right, the large building was an ice house for the fish quay. The Palladium Theatre (1912)/ New Theatre Royal (1868)/ Empress (1899) is in the background with the distinctive air vents on the roof.

Image 1 shows the second Hartlepool Station, opened 1878, centre right with the Carnegie building, once the Headland Library, behind it. On image 9, part of the platform of the second Hartlepool Headland Station can be seen with the library behind.



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