Part 1 by Roger Winnen
Looking at the local weather forecast Good Friday was forecast to be the best day of the Easter Weekend, it certainly lived up to that with unbroken sunshine as we followed the River Dart to Buckfastleigh.
Taken this morning, in the drizzle - first shot is a close up of the boundary marker under the new viaduct that was opened in 1908. Inscription clearly shows 'Great Western Railway co. Boundary 1907', still readable despite over 100 years of being submerged twice a day by the tide!
Second shot shows the boundary marker position relative to the viaduct, complete with broad gauge fence post just behind it.
Best regards, Ross. Many thanks Ross
It was a particular delight therefore to receive the picture shown below. Many thanks John