This location once had three bridges, the third with direct access to the Fowey Branch, was on the left hand side.
The locomotive is entering on the down main line and will shortly enter the sidings adjacent the station.
Currently all shunting is carried out on the Plymouth side of the level crossing opposite the old milk factory.
The class 66’s, although environmentally superior, in this more enlightened period, really do not compare with the 37’s for character and presence.
Best wishes Andrew Jones Many thanks Andrew
Cheers for now. Guy Vincent
P.S. Also more on the MOD sidings at Beanacre.
Many thanks Guy, we look forward in anticipation.
A relic remarkably intact
http://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/#zoom=16&lat=50.8034&lon=-3.4562&layers=168&b=1 Courtesy National Library of Scotland.