in West Cornwall
Another selection from down Far West from today for CRS on a very changeable Sunday morning weather wise
All the Best Andrew
Copyright Andrew Triggs
It has very good views from the top of the cliff towards Sprey point and Teignmouth. Sorry, I do not have the id of the services but they were taken around 14.30 on Sunday 24th July 2011. Regards Paul Barlow
'City of Truro'
Paul Burkhalter Graham Mann
Hi all, In response to the item in today's news (7 June 2020) about the GWR boundary marker. The marker illustrated on Albert Road is probably to mark the GWR tunnel below the pavement. A comprehensive list of GWR boundary markers in Plymouth is on the Plymouth City Council Heritage section, which has 25: <https://www.plymouth.gov.uk/visitorsandtourism/museumsandheritage/boundarys tone/privatepropertyandmiscellaneousmarkers> https://www.plymouth.gov.uk/visitorsandtourism/museumsandheritage/boundaryst one/privatepropertyandmiscellaneousmarkers Scroll down for the Railway section. The Albert Road one is GWR 6.
Keep well and safe. Regards, Paul Burkhalter
Hi again, In answer to Graham Mann's musings about the pair of railway houses in Albert Road, I can advise that they were demolished between 6 and 10 years ago. Also the link to the PCC website has become corrupted, and should be: https://www.plymouth.gov.uk/visitorsandtourism/museumsandheritage/boundaryst one/privatepropertyandmiscellaneousmarkers Regards, Paul