Dunston, Railhead, Nocton Estates Light Railway
Mill, next to the former Nocton & Dunston Station, at the railhead of Nocton Estates Light Railway.
Potatoes arrived direct from the fields, via 23 miles of narrow gauge railway, and were transshipped to the standard gauge railway for onward delivery
Nocton Estate was bought by its main customer Smith's Crisps in 1936.
Some of the rolling stock and track was acquired by the 'Lincolnshire Coast Light Railway' when the narrow gauge potato railway gave way to road transport by about 1960.
Dunston, Railhead, Nocton Estates Light Railway, Smith's Crisps