I hope you are both keeping well and safe.
They purport to be from Wadebridge’s track lifting.
Could you send the enclosed out to our members for their help.
In the picture is the Exmouth Works concrete footbridge with the steps facing towards Padstow if this is indeed Wadebridge. But what is the building nearest the steps, and where is the second track???
Please help me.
The picture appears to have been taken between Wadebridge and Grogley: a photograph of possibly the same train at this spot, but seen from the opposite direction, appears in Mike Messenger's excellent history of the Bodmin and Wadebridge (Twelveheads Press 2012) on page 120.
Roy Many thanks Roy.
The relevant ones for Cornwall were mainly gifted to me by the signalman at Port Isaac Road on the occasion of my short journey to Wadebridge behind a Bulleid pacific, possibly the ACE. The St. Austell ones
And the Bodmin stubs are probably related to the holiday weeks I spent at Port Isaac c.1960.
Two of the other examples are of the early use of long term parking at Barnstaple and Wadebridge stations.
Best wishes Mick Bramich, South Brent, Devon
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Best wishes Mick Bramich, South Brent, Devon.