The Loco Shed at Halesworth

The Loco Shed at Halesworth. It was constructed of asbestos and wood and was erected in 1914 following the railway’s acquisition of its fourth locomotive, ‘Wenhaston’, as there was insufficient shed accommodation at Southwold Station. Halesworth Shed was located about 400 yards from Halesworth Narrow Gauge Station because there was no space for a shed in the station environs. The photo was taken on 24 October 1936 by W.A. ‘Cam’ Camwell