By way of a seasonal looking card ( although a few years old) I attach a photo of the Caradon Railway Bridge in Tremar the left hand end of which abuts with the corner of our rear garden.
The actual end of the bridge runs into my next door neighbours garden and one end of both my front and rear gardens, at one time formed the railway embankment. The bridge is extant as I write.
An especial thanks to Keith and his assistants without who we would not be so regularly entertained.
Sid Sponheimer. Many thanks for your kind thoughts Sid.
70807 was the prime mover provided today, and made a fine audio soundtrack powering along the heart of Cornwall, and could be heard from Probus some miles away before coming into view.
Pictured at Trenowth near Grampound, the train catches the fine morning crisp light heading back to Westbury.
Cheers Craig Many thanks to you Craig