Here are some photos of Chorleywood Station and Goods Yard. Please contact our Secretary (see Contact Us for details) if you have any photos or memories of Chorleywood railway and signal box.

The signal box in 2020

Photos from the past

Individual Photos from the past ...

Here are two new photos we have just received. They show the inside of the operational signal box from 1953

Inside of Chorleywood Signal Box cabin
(Photo from 6th October 1953)

Inside of Chorleywood Signal Box lower floor Interlocking room
(Photo from 6th October 1953)

The ‘Up’ Master Cutler express from Sheffield to London Marylebone speeding past Chorleywood Common in 1952 headed by 1923 built A3 locomotive No.60111 ‘Enterprise’

#20 Great Central Up express to Marylebone in 1930s

#24 Steam train Met No. 110 in 1935 from bridge 101 (linking Green Street field with Whitelands Avenue)

#26 The shunting loop for the Goods yard in 1961

#27 Up Met Goods train June 1934 - note the station name at that time

#22 Goods Yard run round loops behind CW station in 1950s

#25 Goods yard with wagons of coal and building materials viewed from The Common in 1930s

#28 Station Footbridge over the Goods Yard in 1956

#23 Milk churns from local farms on Down platform in 1940s

#30 Pullman Car service on the Met

#33 Map of Chorley Wood station track layout 1907

#34 Tracks above Berry Lane from 1907

Electric loco 'No.16 Oliver Goldsmith' prior to A stock trains arriving after new electrification in 1961

Last days of steam shortly before all electric trains in 1961

Station Approach from The Common late 1950s

Centenary Special running on 26th May 1963 hauled by 'No. 45709 Implacable'

Newspaper kiosk on Up platform with Chorleywood Hotel behind in 1950s

Original ticket booking hall in 1961 destroyed by fire in 1980

Met loco 'No. 97 Brill' shunting into the Goods yard in 1937

Broken van on headshunt, 1961

Timetable cover from 12th December 1977