13 & 13a Rebuild
Retired S&T Engineer
According to my latest ALRUG Magazine GWR have got funding for the extension of the former Exe Valley bay platform(No 2) at Exeter St David's. This will enable five car IET's to layover.
I suspect that this will see the two buildings demolished in due course.
www.sixbellsjunction.co.uk/90s/910126pt.htm Six Bells Junction Website. https://www.sixbellsjunction.co.uk/90s/910126pt.htm
The cutting-back of the last year or two has opened up this view once more. Even in 1982 it was quite overgrown. The brochure photo was perhaps taken in the winter of 2019/2020.
Best wishes, Barry Jones
GW and National System Maps Clive Smith
The tunnel was built in 1859 on the the Plymouth to Tavistock South railway that was later extended to Launceston. It was closed on the 29th December 1962 and now forms part of the Plym Valley Cycle Trail Sustrans Route 27.
Regards, Clive Smith