|Royal Lancer 60107 at the railway footpath crossing in 1963|
Photograph by R.Kingdon, part of the Images of North Mymms collection
The photograph above shows the public footpath crossing the East Coast Mainline in 1963! Anyone, including children in push chairs, could cross the tracks having looked both ways to make sure a train wasn't approaching. Click on the three dots below the slideshow to find the option to view full screen (recommended).
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