RETRO: PICTURE GALLERY: Doncaster railway station down the decades

All aboard for a trip back in time!

Friday, 22nd January 2016, 11:20 am
Updated Friday, 22nd January 2016, 11:24 am
The station in the 1950s.

We've once more delved into the Free Press archives for this collection of photos showing Doncaster railway station through the years.

It's a place that pretty much all of us will have visited at one time another, meeting relatives or waving our farewells to friends and family - or just the drudgery of the daily commute.

A picture of the station in the early part of the century.

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Anyway, we've found a few pictures of how the station used to look through the decades.

Looking across to the station before the demolition of Gresley House (right) in the early 2000s.
The Yorkshire Coal Queen at Doncaster station in 1983.
Prime Minister Tony Blair catches up with the news in Doncaster as he changes trains at the station in 1998.
A 1980s shot of the station.
Gresley House before its demolition to make way for the interchange.
Looking down on the station and platforms.
A picture of the station in the early part of the century.
Looking across to the station before the demolition of Gresley House (right) in the early 2000s.
The Yorkshire Coal Queen at Doncaster station in 1983.
Prime Minister Tony Blair catches up with the news in Doncaster as he changes trains at the station in 1998.
A 1980s shot of the station.
Gresley House before its demolition to make way for the interchange.
Looking down on the station and platforms.