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Bodmin Parkway


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Hi chaps,

 

Just thought I would upload a few of my Bodmin Parkway photos.

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Not sure if they are of use to anyone, but the winter evening sunlight does look rather nice!

 

Regards,

Nick.

(All photos where taken about 8 months ago)

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All pictures of railways in Cornwall are useful :)

 

Its nice to see some taken away from the summer months, for reference purposes.....Ita actually possible to see things that are normally hidden by piles of verdant growth.....

 

Thanks Mickey,

 

I've always liked this station and do have a semi-constructed 00 model which my late grandfather and I started. Although this model will remain in it's current state at my parents house for the foreseeable future as one, the thing is 25ft by 12ft and I simply don't have space for it and two, the boards are built like battleships so are almost impossible to move. But I've always thought that 'one day' I will finish what was started, although I will probably cut the thing down a bit!

 

Regards,

 

Nick.

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BP in winter always reminds me of somwehere in the west Highlands !

 

Well they do say that about the two versions of Cornwall, the Cornish part and the Scottish part!

 

Regards,

 

Nick.

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