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Extra diesel service not possible as being low season the passing loop at Harmans Cross cannot be used, it being obstructed due to scaffolding in...
And test runs/driver training between Norden and River Frome starts on Friday;)
The first DMU car arrived by road at Norden today, I saw it being propelled into Corfe Castle on their webcam at about 1300hrs by the 08, I...
Superb bit of vid, appreciated so much by an old crane operator :smile: .
The class 117 dmu is due to return to Swanage from Eastleigh tomorrow (Thursday 2nd Jan) The class 33 is going from Swanage in the morning to...
Ssomewhere I have some old time sheets, (remember them? A3 double sided !!!) see if I can find them.
In deepest Dorset there was an 18" N.G. line built specially to transport watercress from the growing beds , almost a mile to the packing shed at...
On the Swanage Railway there is a footpath crossing at The Wilderness between Herston and Harmans Cross.
But Dorchester South will be in with a chance !
Does it really matter? joe public just wants to know the station name, and is not interested what colour the sign is !!!
Westbury down goods line.
In days of yore, Bournemouth used to be WFB, known by some drivers (referring to a certain signalman in the 1970s) as "Waiting For Ben" !!!
Heritage wise I would love to do Minehead to Swanage, maybe out via Castle Cary, Yeovil and Weymouth and back via Bournemouth, Southampton,...
Ah destination boards saying Wimborne presumably for Canford (Magna) school !
Might be better to concentrate modern battery technology on getting carriage lights working properly before spending zillions on alternative...
how about the original Poole station, latterly Hamworthy Goods, the other side of the quay to the town of Poole.
Err, how long has Weymouth been in the South East ?????
how to cut electrification costs on HS2 !!!!!!o_O
Even though I hav'nt been there for over 15 years I instantly recognised the station in that clip as Maiden Newton !''
Might I suggest you take a look at the telegraph pole appreciation societies website !