St Ives branch
1) 33002 running around at Totnes Riverside before working 10.30 Totnes Riverside to Buckfastleigh
2) 33002 arrives at Bishops Bridge loop working 11.20 Buckfastleigh to Totnes Riverside. It waits here for the steam service heading to Buckfastleigh to pass.
3) 33002 arriving at Staverton working 12.10 Totnes Riverside to Buckfastleigh.
4) 33002 at Hood Bridge working 13.00 Buckfastleigh to Totnes Riverside.
5) 33002 running around at Buckfastleigh in the late afternoon light before working a delayed 16.40 Buckfastleigh to Totnes Riverside.
All pictures copyright Mark Lynan.
Attached is my first picture taken from the new Link Bridge on the rebuilt Dawlish Sea Wall, which opened yesterday. Taken this morning, it shows GWR 43155 “Rougemont Castle” leading 2U10 0540 Penzance to Cardiff Central.
Kind regards, David Ive.
versus Shell Cove
Thanks for your email. I'm glad the images have been of use. I have the website on Bookmarks and enjoy reading the various articles.
Funny you should ask about Shell Cove, because I was, initially, hesitant about using the name. It is more commonly known as Horse Cove, however, I have seen Shell Cove used before.
See the attached OS extract. In my image, taken approximately where FB and the green diamond are marked, Shell Cove is the nearest beach, with Horse Cove behind. Hence, I used Shell Cove. I hope this explains.
I have a photographic website at www.djipix.com , where I regularly post images. It is transport based, but predominantly railway. Images are current and older, going back to the 70s and Hydraulics. If you see anything you would like to use, please let me know.
Kind regards, David.