But honestly with the restricted spray over the trains and the improved design seawall that will send waves back out to sea, I think the excitement will be ruined and therefore I'm against the project 😡😆 Comments and link supplied by Paul Roach.
The late John Vines
Following the success of Dad's Looe branch pictures on the website I mentioned that there are a few others which you may be interested in, which Dad took in more recent times. The four attached are not of great quality as the negs have been lost, but they are interesting record shots of Truro yard and depot taken in 1970, before the major rationalization of the following year. They are largely self-explanatory except that the arriving class 47 is no.1915 on the 09.00 Penzance-Manchester.
I hope they might be useful additions to the website.
Best wishes, Andrew
Andrew & Diane Jones
I have attached some recent photographs.
Grogley Halt car park was always well used and the restriction of access to pedestrians and cyclists is causing many parking problems locally.
It appears that Cornwall Council are not prepared at this stage to rebuild the deck and may not allow vehicle access in the future. Only time will tell.
Best wishes Andrew and Diane
The shots around Fowey station and the docks line are extremely rare. Did you notice the power station incline which appeared briefly and the extensive yard lighting at Lostwithiel. Just wonderful hopefully more films like this will show up over time.