It was a cold and frosty morn, when this morning's train pulled out of Moorswater towards Coombe Junction.
Here's a few pics of mine, that you might wish to upload onto the website. The very frosty picture shows the double bridge at Coombe. Actually, it's a triple bridge, but the train is obscuring the third arch. From the left, the lane crosses the line of the old Liskeard and Looe Union Canal (now a footpath), the railway and then the East Looe River.
My picture of the green class 150 crossing Moorswater viaduct shows a glimpse of the headlights of the Colas class 70 shunting its train out of Moorswater, but sadly it wasn't possible to catch both trains properly in the same picture !
All the best,
Peter Many thanks Peter
One would think that the clearances of this bridge would suit the overhead electrics of which we shall not see in our lifetime. The existing footbridge at the end of the platforms will be removed this weekend and refurbished before it is re installed within a couple of months.
So its now keep fit lessons at Camborne Station! However the road crossing is still available for the public to use.