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  1. Article in Rail Business Daily re Devon and Cornwall re-signalling programme: Siemens Mobility to deliver low-cost digital solution for Devon and Cornwall re-signalling programme
  2. The Network Rail New Measurement Train approaches Hallenbeagle near Scorrier with the 157M 0611 Reading Triangle Sidings to Paignton via Penzance on 4 June 2021 en route to Paignton.
  3. The Network Rail New Measurement Train passes Hallenbeagle Mine near Scorrier with the 157M 0611 Reading Triangle Sidings to Paignton via Penzance on 4 June 2021. 43290 leads with 43299 trailing are ex LNER power cars recently transferred to Network Rail. Copyright Neville King
  4. I’ve taken Phil’s advice and found the website for Junction 72a MRC: https://thejunction72amrc.weebly.com/exeter-st-katherines.html Latest news: https://thejunction72amrc.weebly.com/blogupdates Cheers Nev
  5. Hi there! Just wondering what progress has been made since the last update?
  6. Episode 3 will be North Wales In Bangor, Rob explores a lost line built as early as 1801, to transport Welsh slate from the local quarry, down to the port. It was a private line, built, owned and controlled by the all-powerful Pennant Family, who’s fantastical mock-medieval home Rob visits. Their old quarry, was once the largest in the world, but is now a giant, mile-wide hole… the perfect place, Rob discovers, for the world’s fastest zip-line. https://www.tcbmediarights.com/screeners/walking_britains_lost_railways.html Cheers Nev
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