View of Toton sidings, Nottingham, 1952.

 
View of Toton sidings, Nottingham, 1952.
4 0 c m
 
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 32cm

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Toton sidings was one of the busiest marshalling yards in Britain. Trains stopped in sidings to be unloaded or to be uncoupled. Wagons were moved in sidings, either by workers if they were light or by horses. Heavier wagons with large items of freight had to be moved by locomotives.

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