Cricklewood sidings currently provides stabling for passenger trains, and is the site of a former steam shed and diesel Traction Maintenance Depot located in Cricklewood, Greater London, England. It is situated beside the Midland Main Line, to the east of Cricklewood station.
317338 in Cricklewood sidings
|Location||Cricklewood, Greater London|
|Depot code(s)||CW (1973 -)|
|Former depot code(s)||14A (1948 - May 1973)|
The depot code was CW.
Passenger train stablingEdit
Trains berthing in the stabling roads between services are cleaned and have their water tanks refilled. Train types include East Midlands Railway Class 43 HSTs and Class 222 Meridians and Thameslink Class 700 EMUs.
Domestic waste operationsEdit
The North London Waste Authority operates Hendon transfer station, which is located immediately behind the northern end of the site and accessed through the passenger sidings. Freightliner Heavy Haul hauls a waste container train, nicknamed "The Binliner" from here to a landfill site at Calvert in Buckinghamshire.
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- Webster, Greengrass & Greaves 1987, p. 26
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- "Cindex - Services and organisations in Camden: Hendon Rail Transfer Station". Retrieved 13 May 2017.
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- Webster, Neil; Greengrass, Robert; Greaves, Simon (1987). British Rail Depot Directory. Metro Enterprises Ltd. ISBN 9780947773076. OCLC 20420397.
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