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Written by Andrew Pearson - 24 Aug 2007
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Location notes
Kirk Sandall is in East Side of Doncaster, South Yorkshire.
Railway type and traffic
Passenger: Served by Northern and Transpenine Express.
It is in a industrial estate. Perfectly safe during day till all of the warehouses and buildings etc close, but have seen joyriders and lads racing down there of an evening, generally safe though. Also beware of lorries.
Road directions
Once you get to Kirk Sandall station go over bridge and follow road untill you see the warehouse with loads of railway sleepers known as ' Trackwork'.

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Kirk Sandall, Industrial Estate map co-ordinates
You can park your car across from 'Trackwork' were your car is in sight at all times.
Public transport
Train to Kirk Sandall then walk. Trains are operated by Northern and are generally xx:07 and xx:46 past the hour from Doncaster.

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No toilets, there is often a snack bar appears.
There is the M18 Doncaster North Travel lodge.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Kirk Sandall, Industrial Estate

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Streetmap links
Kirk Sandall, Industrial Estate general view map
Kirk Sandall, Industrial Estate close up map

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Kirk Sandall, Industrial Estate

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Photographic notes
Light best after about 15:00 when its moved round and for shots looking east.

General views - All photographs © Andrew Pearson unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking south west

Fig 1 - Looking south west

Fig 2 - Looking south west

Fig 2 - Looking south west

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