ABOVE: The Newmarket stock yards were once a hive of activity giving the railways a lot of work. Here we see Y 107 no doubt on the yard pilot and T 320 which has probably brought a rake of wagons from Tottenham or Melbourne yard.

BELOW: T 320 is placing the wagons at the unloading ramps. This area is now a housing estate, I bet the lawns don't need any fertiliser!
Both photos (1975) courtesy Trevor Penn

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