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Cholsey & Wallingford railway matey ;)

Nice shots by the way! Could use some sun up the line here :(
 

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Thought it mght have been to the C&W but never having stopped off in that area before, wasn't sure.
 

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Thanks for the comments.
Cholsey photos were taken from the station as i got lost trying to find the 'famous' Cholsey manor bridge.
Cholsey & Wallingford railway runs at the weekends IIRC using the bay platform at Cholsey.
 

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ChrisM said:
Cholsey & Wallingford railway runs at the weekends IIRC using the bay platform at Cholsey.
Looks like it:-

 

ChrisM

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Thanks all.
I spent around 4 hours between Tilehurst and Radley and even missed a few freights.
That part of the mainline has around 3-6 freights an hour depending on time of day and week.
 

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LucaZone said:
I did, but for 6 months nothing ever seem to be where freightmaster said it would be, so I gave up :(
That is the problem with freight, it can run hell early & hell late, as me & Sprog found out at Westbury a few weeks ago...
 

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Freight is bad for timekeeping luckly a relative has access to TRUST so i'm normally able to get an update via text depending on day.
Freightmaster is worth the money for most.
 
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