Catford Bridge


18th June 2007

This is the "down" side single-storey building, which bears much resemblance to those still in existence at Ladywell and Beckenham Junction. The SE&CR extension of this structure can be seen on the left: this was built on the site of the Station Master's garden. The high wall of the SE&CR can be seen emerging on the far left, whilst the roof of the "up" side building can be seen in the background. Like the latter, the "down" side structure retains all original chimney stacks. © David Glasspool


18th June 2007

Another view of the "down" side better reveals the SE&CR's single-storey extension, and also shows just how extensive this company's station walls are – canopies, tracks, and platforms are completely hidden. © David Glasspool


18th June 2007

A London-bound view shows the extent of the platform canopies. Beyond the footbridge, on the left, is the former goods yard site. © David Glasspool