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Hey all,

 

In aid of the prototypical layout I am planning, I simply ask if anybody would be happy to provide me with any pictures of Denmark Hill station.

 

I would need pictures of anything on the station premises, from departure boards to platform ramps!

 

Cheers,

Matt

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Matt,

I assume that if you're modelling the present day scene, you've already been down to the station and taken lots of pictures yourself.

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Matt,

I assume that if you're modelling the present day scene, you've already been down to the station and taken lots of pictures yourself.

 

 

I am modelling the present day scene, and I have only very briefly been to the station when waiting for a train to Clapham Junction. I live far away from here so I don't get much chance to go to Denmark Hill.

 

Cheers,

Matt

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Google images came up with loads, including the kentrail website with lots of history. Also the Phoenix pub is in the station building, and that might come up with more images.

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Goggle, Flickr...?

 

I have tried Google without too much luck, but I didn't think about Flickr, I'll check it out :)

 

Cheers,

Matt

Google images came up with loads, including the kentrail website with lots of history. Also the Phoenix pub is in the station building, and that might come up with more images.

 

Thanks for this, I'll be sure to check them out :)

 

Cheers,

Matt

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Matt you want  pics emailing ?  if so PM me an email address

 

also you were saying it might be a bit too long  have you thought of the west side of the station ?

 

I change at Denmark hill regularly  so can sort  a whole load of pics

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Matt you want  pics emailing ?  if so PM me an email address

 

also you were saying it might be a bit too long  have you thought of the west side of the station ?

 

I change at Denmark hill regularly  so can sort  a whole load of pics

 

Hi Nigel,

 

If you could email some pics to [email protected] that would be an immense help!

 

I'd appreciate photos of any part of the station, and of anything on the station whether it be platform lighting, the station building, stairs, signs, absolutely anything will be helpful!

 

Don't go to too much trouble, but photo's would be much appreciated!

 

Cheers very much,

Matt

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Hi Nigel,

 

If you could email some pics to [email protected] that would be an immense help!

 

I'd appreciate photos of any part of the station, and of anything on the station whether it be platform lighting, the station building, stairs, signs, absolutely anything will be helpful!

 

Don't go to too much trouble, but photo's would be much appreciated!

 

Cheers very much,

Matt

email  comming your way 

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Also, National Rail's Stations Made Easy has pics.

See http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/75001.aspx

and DH in particular: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations_destinations/sme/DMK_StationPlan.aspx

 

Hover over the plan, click for a photo and click the resulting photo for a larger version.

Includes photos of benches!

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Also, National Rail's Stations Made Easy has pics.

See http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/75001.aspx

and DH in particular: http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations_destinations/sme/DMK_StationPlan.aspx

 

Hover over the plan, click for a photo and click the resulting photo for a larger version.

Includes photos of benches!

 

Cheers for this, I'm sure this will help greatly :)

 

Much appreciated,

Matt

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1971 view - it's probably been tidied up since then with less interesting "clutter" about

https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/24459510291

 

Cheers for this, interesting to see that after 46 years, it still looks pretty much the same!

 

Cheers,

Matt

A bit late, but this is a link to a set taken in 2013, when they were doing the accessibility works there.

 

https://www.flickr.com/photos/unravelled/albums/72157632889847576.

 

Dave

 

This is going to help a lot. Many great pictures here!

 

Cheers for this,

Matt

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I have very little to offer, despite having lived within 2 or 3 miles for 40+ years, except that I have a grandson named Phoenix after the pub - you guess why! At the time it was called The Phoenix & Firkin - so we were glad it wasn't twins!

I have just one contribution to make on the photo front and one that won't reveal anything not seen before.

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I have very little to offer, despite having lived within 2 or 3 miles for 40+ years, except that I have a grandson named Phoenix after the pub - you guess why! At the time it was called The Phoenix & Firkin - so we were glad it wasn't twins!

I have just one contribution to make on the photo front and one that won't reveal anything not seen before.

 

Cheers for this Phil, every little helps :).

 

I think it's great how you named your son after the Phoenix pub, but as you say, twins may have been a little tricky to name if you were sticking to pub names.

 

One called Coach and one called Horses perhaps??  :jester:

 

Cheers for your help,

Matt

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ISTR the pub originally sold teeshirts saying "Phoenix my pint I'll Firkin thump him!"

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