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A train passing through the station site in 2012. SEG.

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Saltford Station Campaign:
Existing site pictures & artistic impressions of new station

The station site as it looks now (January 2012)

These photographs were taken by Rob Taylor, a member of SEG's Station Campaign Working Party, and are copyright Saltford Environment Group 2012.

They show the large scale and size of the (untidy) site.

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Looking East towards Bath. Saltford Environment Group 2012


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Looking from A4, East towards Bath. Saltford Environment Group 2012


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Looking from A4, North East towards Bath. Saltford Environment Group 2012

This photograph (below) of Saltford Station in 1958 (from our
archive) shows how the site looked before the 1970 closure
and provides a direct comparison with the picture above.

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Saltford Station in 1958. Photograph by Dave Boston. Saltford Environment Group


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Looking North West towards Bristol. Saltford Environment Group 2012


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Artistic impressions of new station

These images show how a re-opened Saltford station might look if it is built with two platforms (rather than one, our preferred option using the 'Platform Road' design). Click on each image for larger version (opens in new window).

Image - Saltford Station
Illustrator: Joe Ryan Saltford Environment Group 2011

Photograph - Saltford Station
Illustrator: Joe Ryan Saltford Environment Group 2011


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Artistic impressions of new station


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"The Bristolian" 5043 Earl of Mount Edgcumbe
passing through Saltford station site, April 2010.
Photograph Robert Coles.