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  • Mystery Number 253 – supplied by Ron Smith

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    Supplied to us by member Ron Smith, this photograph was in a scrapbook and is marked on the rear as Hartington Station. Hartington station was on the Ashbourne Line, and was a couple of miles from Hartington town. Can anyone identify if this is in fact Hartington station and provide any more information about it?

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  • Tom Robertson — 29-Apr-2019 12.17 PM
    This looks like a block of 4 dwelling houses and looking at the 25 inch Ordnance Survey for 1919 there is such a block on the east side of the station. The siding is in the right relative position for the siding to Station Quarry although the stop block does raise a doubt, since the siding on the map does continue much further. Overall I think this probably is Hartington station.
    William Ball — 17-May-2019 10.40 AM
    The building is still visible on Google (R) Earth.
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