The station building which survives today is the second building to have been built at Doe Hill. The first was was built when the line was still only two tracks - in the formation that became the Goods Roads when the Erewash was four tracked. This building, of the Midand Railway "H" shape design was demolished when the Goods yard and additional two lines were laid. The origional signal box was also taken down and a new one built in between the Main and Good Lines.  

 

 

 

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A typical excursion from the 1950's, this one being a trip starting at Clay Cross and calling at Doe Hill, Westhouses & Blackwell and Alfreton & South Normanton on it's way to Derby.