43160 and 43016 with the 0900 Cardiff (Central) to Penzance.
66620 with the late running 0828 6C27 Westbury to Exeter Riverside Hanson's.
Copyright David Tozer
A Bulldog at Penzance
Best Regards, Chris Harvey.
Trerulefoot [Courtesy Wikipedi]a (pronounced /ˈtruːlfʊt/, Cornish: Bentrer
Roy Hart mentiones that Trerulefoot lies between Menheniot and St Germans (i.e, west of St Germans). It was the site of a signal box, intended to break the long section between Menheniot and St Germans. It opened around 1910 and closed in 1925. A second box -situated right next to the overbridge -was opened in 1938 and replaced by Intermediate Block Signals (IBS) in 1954. This box only had 6 levers, but was big enough for 40, so it is supposed that it would have been the junction for the new Looe branch which was projected in the 1930s.
Otherwise, when Trerule is mentioned, I always think of that terrifying road sign: 'Beware of oncoming traffic in middle of road'. Is it still there?wall) is a village in southeast Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. It is located on the A38 trunk road a .Trerulefoot has a farm shop, two cafés and a petrol filling station.
Many Thanks Roy