Turntables are getting few and far between as their need fades into the past. My challenge is to find them on Google Maps and point them out to you. Bear with me while I assemble my collection.
|Great Central Railway||Turntables||Quorn & Woodhouse Station||Quorn & Woodhouse Station on the Great Central Railway includes a rare 60 foot working turntable. It was originally built in 1909 by the engineers Cowans Sheldon Ltd of Carlisle, and was first installed at York, home of the National Railway Museum.|