by Network Rail class 73, 73951 on route-learning duties between Bristol and Weymouth. Hope these are of interest.
All the best, Bill
Hope all is well with your goodself?
I was out and about signal fault finding on the B&WR on Saturday 30th April. As you know that was also ‘GRONKS’ day. I have attached some photographs that might be of interest for the website. As always some of these were taken trackside and viewers should note that they should not trespass on the railway to take similar photographs.
Take care, Chris Bellett Retired S&T Engineer CRS Member
Regards, Guy Vincent
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Roy Hart & John Roberts Reply.
The photos of DMU and a 'Peak' were taken just south of Torquay station, looking north.
Keith, taking up today’s Neil Phillips’ challenge, the mystery location does indeed look like Teignmouth but is in fact Torquay, immediately south of the station. 1E70 was an afternoon Paignton to Northeast service, and this has taken me to a site I never knew existed: www.tauntontrains.co.uk/workingslog/bycode/1E70. I’ll pass it back to Neil now to deduce the number of the Peak. Happy days! John Roberts.
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