Currently the work has focused on the midlands and north, with only one local site at Lostwithiel, but as we have several active staff as CRS members and viewers of the CRS website, perhaps we could ask them to nominate as a matter of urgency sites for recording before the Cornwall Resignalling erases any living memory.
The work so far is hosted on the SRS website, or just search for FARSAP: FARSAP (s-r-s.org.uk). John Roberts.
 35011 undergoing restoration to a MN original unrebuilt condition!
 An interesting brake van
 Ex-Southern Region dmu.
[5 ]Blunsden station 'furniture.'
 General view of the yard at Blunsden.
Treloggan Footpath (FP), located at 302m 01ch, will be upgraded to include red/green lights to signal to the users of the level crossing whether it is safe to cross using the Overlay MSL operating system. Telephones will not be provided. The existing whistle boards will be recovered. The Overlay MSL system is being introduced to the area at footpath crossings with limited sighting. This system consists of red/green lights that indicate to the user whether it is safe for them to cross the railway. The lights are activated by wheel sensors that operate in a similar way to axle counters: when they detect a train, they set the lights to red, after the train hits the strike out sensor the lights go to green. Would all staff please note that, like axle counters, using metal tools or simply passing by within a metre wearing safety boots can cause activation of these sensors, and should be avoided. If the sensors fail the lights go into dark mode, they will be reactivated by another train passing or can be reactivated through a manual reset.