On the 31st March 1973 the late Ivor Hocking took a small party in his car on a tour of Plymouth Railways. When we arrived in the area we quickly found the wharf and a look over the wall alongside Boringdon Road gave us a view of the Wharf, however, in those days of very high security we daren't take a picture of the wharf.
However, KJ took his life in his hands and scaled the wall and walking along the top of which alongside a lane got a very quick shot of the tunnel entrance. Later, in 1975, Roger Winnen got another shot of the area but not from the top of the wall..
However, since then Colin Burges tells us that the area is no longer restricted and he has been in and taken pictures of the remaining embedded track work and also of the tunnel entrance now securely blocked up. Many thanks to Colin.