Whilst both Ranelagh Bridge and Kings Cross stabling points have gained good coverage over the years, it seems Cambridge Street stabling/refueling point is often overlooked. Certainly as a Londoner in the 1960s & 70s I ignored it too often myself, never bothering to attempt to get around it. Why would I, having seen everything ever likely to be found there beforehand and always content with getting most of what was ever on the stabling point as I passed by on an express to somewhere more "exotic" such as Toton or Tinsley (well they would be to us Londoners intent on hunting down missing Classes 20 and 25s).
Does anyone have any plans of the stabling point, drawings or photographs by chance? As I have often thought it could influence a number of small stabling point layouts being built.
I recall personally seeing Classes:
08s (14A allocated),
24s & 25s (DO1 mainly sometimes a rarity from 55A, D16 or DO2)
Peaks and 47s of course (from the D16 pool mainly but again 55A Peaks sometimes too)
27s (D01/D15/D16 pool before they migrated to Scotland)
20s (not so common from the D01 pool and once one of the 30A batch too)
Aside from perhaps specials in the 1970s and 1980s what else visited except perhaps the Class 40 or just maybe 10201/2/3 or 10000/1 and the Co-Bos in the early 1960s.
Can anyone help with pics, plans drawing etc please?