A view of the railway bridge at Haverton Hill c1918

The railway bridge over the road at Haverton Hill. The bridge was later rebuilt, but the arches are well remembered by the older generations as being the scene of the murder of a travelling pedlar by some of the village boys in the early part of the century.

2 thoughts on “A view of the railway bridge at Haverton Hill c1918

  1. I drew this photo to the attention of some enthusiasts on a traction engine website. They have kindly provided the following information: The vehicle that had the registration number of M9797 was Foden engine no.8350 which was sold to Stockton Council on 31 October 1918. After 6 years the Council sold it on to R.T.Simpson of Norton on Tees.

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