The Remains of Britain's Steam Age Railway
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31-60

Redruth 1914

16/09/2010

Redruth Station.
Is it a long Bridge or a short Tunnel?

16/09/2012

Redruth Station.

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Redruth Viaduct.
Squezzed in between the houses.

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Redruth Viaduct.

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Camborne Station.

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Camborne Station.

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Camborne Station.
A Reminder alongside the Railway of the towns industrial past.

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Angarrack Viaduct.
A little hemmed in by new houses, but still doing the job it was built for.

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Hayle Viaduct.
A fascinating antique looking structure.

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Hayle Viaduct.

Hayle 1905

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Hayle Station.
Basic to say the least, the loco shed was behind the waiting shelter in the fork of the wharf branch.

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River bridge on the Hayle Wharf branch, with the new road bridge in the background.

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Hayle Wharf Bridge.

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Looking up the 1:30 on the Hayle Wharf Branch toward the Station.

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St Erth Station.

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St Erth Station.
St Ives Branch to the left of the Box. A nice selection of modern GW signals.

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St Erth Station.
The Station is still very intact, with most of the buildings surviving and even a few Semaphores, well worth a visit.

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St Erth Station.
The St Ives Platforms.

01/07/1977

St Erth in the Blue days.

16/09/2012

St Erth Signal Box.

Penzance 1911

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Penzance Station.

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Penzance Station.
End of the system. Fortunately the roof survives but is now rather gloomy inside, just like the real days.

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Penzance Station.

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Under the roof at Penzance. A modern digital camera has done wonders for the dark interior.

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Penzance Station.
Out of use up side entrance stairway.

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Penzance Station.

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Penzance Signal Box.

01/07/1977

Penzance Station.

01/07/1977

Class 50 044 in the rather dirty Blue days.

07/07/1977

45 014 The Cheshire Regiment, Penzance Station.

17/09/2012

Coombe Junction Station.
Two trains a day, presumably it is easier to keep open than go through the red tape of closure.

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Ground Frame at Coombe Junction Station, nice brown enamel sign.

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Coombe junction Station looking up the branch to Moorswater.

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Coombe Junction.
Liskeard line climbing steeply up to the main line.

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Moorswater Viaduct, with two original piers.

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Moorswater Viaduct.

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Moorswater Viaduct.
You really could forgive our cousins from across the Atlantic saying "Gee its gotta be Roman"

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Bodmin General Station.
I think that Mk 3 Sleeper is there for good.

St Kew Highway.

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St Kew Highway Station.
Surrounded by trees and new road.

16/09/2012

Old road at St Kew Highway. Looking at the trackplan it is very hard to see how the new road was squeezed in between here and the Station building.

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