Stanley Jackson and the
Cleator & Workington Junction Railway (1)

Stanley Jackson



Stanley's cap badge


One of his buttons



Stanley Jackson's appointment letter leading to a lifetime with the railway.



High Harrington station with the young
Stanley Jackson between the two railwaymen.




A passenger train leaving High Harrington station in 1920,
believed to be the 2.23 to Workington Central station, the
station master John Rae is nearest the train and the clerk
Albert Greatorex is walking back along the platform.


The same view from the bridge now.



Looking towards the station on the left



The same view now from on the Cycle Path

Looking in the opposite direction where repairs are being carried out.
Note the Lowca line branching off on the left.


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Stanley Jackson with other LMS railway staff at Workington Central later in his career.

Back Row - Irving Dixon, Joe Miller, Robert Cain, Robert H Fairbrother, George Woodburn,
Bob Ivison (All Goods Warehouse staff)

Middle Row - Ernest W. Litt, John Clark, Joseph W. Watson, Alf Gibbons (Shed Foreman)
Frank Blackburn, John J. Deacon, Stanley T, Jackson, Herbert Swinburn
(All clerical staff except Alf Gibbons)

Seated - Robert Hewitt, David Thompson, John J. Lunson (Asst. Goods Agent),
Isaac Ashley Sherwen (Goods Agent). Richard Little (Chief Clerk), Frank Kerr, George Watson.

Seated on ground - Eric Yates, John W. Barrow.

Photo taken on the 14th August 1928