41A SHEFFIELD (DARNALL)

The shed is on the south side of the line west of Darnall Station. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn into Station Road outside Darnall Station. At the end of Station Road turn left into Main Road, and bear left into Staniforth Road. Turn left into Ribston Road and continue into Bridge Road. Cross the railway bridge, and a private road leads from the left-hand side to the shed. Walking time 15 minutes.

Sheffield Corporation bus services No. 71 (Elm Tree via Darnall) and No. 52 (Ballifield or Handsworth) operate from the city past the end of Ribston Road. Service No. 71 may be boarded in Fitzalan Square (city centre) and No. 52 in Commercial Street near to Sheffield Midland Station. Both pass along Wicker, adjacent to the west end of Sheffield Victoria Station.

Note.-A new diesel depot is under construction at Tinsley.

WATH (Electric and diesel depot)
The shed is on the north side of the Barnsley line about 2½ miles west of Mexborough. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn left outside Wath North Station into Station Road. Turn right into Recreation Road and right again into Moor Road. The shed entrance is on the left just past the railway bridge. Walking time 5 minutes.

GRIMESTHORPE (BRIGHTSIDE) (Diesel stabling point)
The shed is on the east side of the line north of Attercliffe Road Station. The yard is visible from the line.

Bear sharp left outside Brightside Station into Station Lane. Turn right at the end into Meadowhall Road, and continue into Brightside Lane. The shed entrance is on the right-hand side, just before Newhall Road. Walking time 10 minutes.

Sheffield Corporation bus service No. 4 (Wincobank or Firth Park) operates along Pond Street, outside Sheffield Midland Station, and Wicker, adjacent to the west end of Sheffield Victoria Station, and passes the shed entrance.

SHIREBROOK WEST (Diesel stabling point)
The shed is on the east side of the line at the south end of the station. The yard is visible from the line.

Entrance to the shed is effected from the station yard.

East Midland Bus services No. 52 and No. 53 operate from Mansfield, Bath Lane, and pass the statio
41D CANKLOW
The shed is on the west side of the Rotherham (Masboro') Staveley line about 2 miles south of Masboro'. The yard is visible from the line.

Go straight ahead out of Masboro' Station along Station Road, and continue into Masborough Street. Continue along Main Street passing Rotherham Central Station on the left and turn right at the end into Westgate. Continue into Canklow Road, and after about 1½ miles turn right into Bawtry Road. Go under the railway bridge and turn left immediately into White Hill Lane. The shed entrance is on the left-hand side 300 yards further on. Walking time 60 minutes.

Sheffield and Rotherham Corporations joint bus service No 87 (Sheffield Pond Street to Maltby) operates along Bawtry Road. A bus labelled Canklow operates between the centre of Rotherham and the end of Bawtry Road.
41E STAVELEY (BARROW HILL)
The shed is at the side of a goods spur at Barrowhill.

Leave Staveley Works Station by the approach road, and turn left into Works Road, passing between Staveley Old and New Works. Go under the railway bridge, and a private road leads to the shed from the opposite side of the crossroads immediately after the bridge. Walking time 15 minutes.

Joint bus route No. 99 operates from Sheffield (Pond Street) to Chesterfield (Beetwell Street) and passes the shed entrance.

Note.-Locomotives from this depot are hired out on
a permanent basis, and are to be found at Staveley Old Works and Staveley New Works.
41F MEXBOROUGH
The shed is on the south side of the line west of the station. The yard is visible from the line.

Turn right outside the station along a rough cinder path After about 20 yards turn right under the railway bridge, and right again along a path running parallel to the railway. This leads to the shed. Walking time 5 minutes.
41H STAVELEY (G.C.)
The shed is on the east side of the line south of Staveley (Central) Station. This yard is visible from the line.

Cross Lowgates (main road) outside Staveley (Central) Station, and proceed along Railway Cottages, parallel to the line. Turn right into an opening where the roadway bends to the left. Ascend the railway embankment on the left-hand side just before the railway over-bridge. This embankment is the top of the shed yard. Walking time 5 minutes.
41J LANGWITH
The shed is on the west side of the Sutton-in-Ashfield line south of Shirebrook North Station. The yard is visible from the line which is only used by passenger trains on Saturdays during the operation of the summer service.

From Shirebrook North Station
Turn right along the footbridge that connects the south end of the station platforms, and continue along East View at the side of some waste land. Turn left at the end into Langwith Road. Continue for about 200 yards and turn left into Eland Road. The shed entrance is at the end of this cul-de-sac. Walking time 5 minutes.

Note.-Shirebrook North Station is only open to passenger traffic on Saturdays during the operation of the summer service.

From Shirebrook (West) Station
Turn left outside the station along Station Road, and right into Langwith Road. Continue for almost ½ mile, and turn right into Eland Road. The shed entrance is at the end of this short cul-de-sac. Walking time 20 minutes.

East Midland Bus services No. 52 and No. 53 operate from Mansfield, Bath Lane, and pass the station.