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The only thing I can think of which comes from Poole Harbour and might be chute-loaded would be sand. On the other hand it's not far from the Purbecks so might it also be a stone loading facility?



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Getting closer Rick with the Purbecks, used to be quite an extensive narrow gauge network west and north of Corfe. Stone was mostly shipped out from Swanage or in some cases from quarries  in the cliffs direct into barges.



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Where and what occaission.







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Correct. The place and occasion?



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Location is Liskeard on the down. I think she's worked a couple of tours down there - couldn't place which one



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Location is correct. Occasion?



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"The Cornishman" tour 19/09/2010



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Correct, significant as it was the first time an A4 had ever ventured into Cornwall.



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Took a while to confirm which tour; the only point of reference is the rolling stock.



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Yes. If it wasn't for West Coast on the coach side it could even have been back in the time of real trains.



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Here's another. Bit older this time. Location is needed. Clue. It is in Devon and the train has just left a nearby Halt.




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Not the South Devon Railway. The line has now closed but the bridge is still in use daily by another form of transport.



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another form of transport.

Not sustrans I hope. Mate of mine lives in a stationmasters house on an Ex LSWR line in Devon, Sustrans wanted right of way through the old track bed, now his lawn, right outside his window.




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A cycle track?.



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A cycle track yes, for part of the way anyway. Also there is still a railway that terminates about 20 yards from the bridge pier on the left.



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The location is Plym Bridge Halt on the former GWR Plymouth - Tavistock route.

The current Plym Valley Railway terminates just short of this bridge which is now in use as a cycleway / footpath towards Yelverton.

The train is heading away from Plymouth and immediately to the right of this view will diverge to the left where the erstwhile Lee Moor Tramway ran straight ahead into the china clay workings.



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A couple of M7s, only want to know where for the BR days one, but 254, where and having figured where, what clues can you get from the headcode  about route and possible date.





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That's correct Rick. I must be making them too easy or you have a vast knowledge of the Railways of Devon and Cornwall. Well done.



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