Lopping Hall, built on the site of the first station.
Lopping Hall on the right on the High Road.
The Station Road side of Lopping Hall. The tracks ran along the right hand side of the road where the houses are now, in a direction away from the photographer. A map of the area with Lopping Hall arrowed can be viewed here.
View from the opposite direction looking toward Lopping Hall and the terminus area.
Lopping Hall is visible behind the tree. This view is looking northward on the approximate route of the line.
The Great Eastern extension to Epping runs from left to right across the photo, on the barely visible viaduct in the distance (Epping direction is to the left), while the original tracks would have run in a straight line from the photographer's position, slicing through the wing mirror/engine area of the silver car in the foreground, to the right of the lampost behind the car but to the left of the wooden fence and line of trees on the right. The station building for the existing station can be seen on the left (with the arched windows).
Heading toward the existing Central line tracks.
Much closer to the existing tracks (they are on the left of the old signal box on the left).
It is uncertain whether the 'Beware Pedestrians Crossing' signs are designed to protect cars or people!
Looking back at the track route.
The Central line tracks are just beyond the metal gates. The overhead cable run/gantry passes over its tracks.
Looking south/westward toward the location of the second Loughton station from the southbound platform of the existing (third) one. The signal box that served it can be seen behind the green signal.
Wood Lane (Central Line)