Here are a few of the end of the line not usually covered, that around Weymouth Junction, Jubilee and Jersey Sidings. The location is Alexander bridge. The modern three section bridge now in use dates from August 2006, cost over £640,000 and replaced the original GWR simple lattice-girder footbridge originally built in 1891.
With regards, Guy Vincent.
"LOSTWITHIEL WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT AND UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Please note following establishment of Western Route Network Change NC697 Lostwithiel Bay Sidings OOU, the Down Bay and Sidings are out of use pending recovery. LL15 points that connect the sidings with the Down Main are clipped and scotched in the normal position."
Stay safe, Regards, Chris Bellett Retired S&T Engineer
Lostwithiel was once a typical GWR station complete with timber build station accommodation on the up and down platforms, up and down sidings and a large goods shed quite a 'jewel' really. All that will soon remain with be the signalbox.