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  1. Hi, Nick Catford has launched a new website today devoted to the history of the Westerham Valley Railway. He is well known for his website on Disused Stations, he has also written books about Londons abandoned tube stations, Cold war bunkers, Secret underground London, Nick Catford is known for his work on Ian Hislop Goes Off the Rails (2008), he is also membership secetary for Subterranea Britannica. The site details the history of the line and all it's stations, also the industries and people who lived, worked and used the line, It is a fantastic resource for anyone who has an interest in the line and it's surrounding area. All the best Adrian. Ps. it also has a link on the site to my model of the line. http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/w/westerham/index.shtml http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/b/brasted/index.shtml http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/c/chevening_halt/index.shtml http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/d/dunton_green/index.shtml http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/features/dunton_green_brickworks/index.shtml
  2. Hi, I am looking to build a model of the Ewer Street 55ft? turntable. I have one picture of it which typically shows very little, and all that I have found out is that it was electrically powered and circular . Any ideas, pictures or information would be of a great help. All the best Adrian.
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