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Cement Empties

by on Jul.13, 2017, under Photo News

Colas Rail Class 70 No. 70805 at Liskeard with the 6C36 1138 Moorswater to Aberthaw empty cement working. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Colas Rail Class 70 No. 70805 at Liskeard with the 6C36 1138 Moorswater to Aberthaw empty cement working. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

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70810 on the Cement

by on Jul.06, 2017, under Photo News

Colas Rail Class 70 No. 70810 approaches St Germans with the 6C36 11:38 Moorswater  to Aberthaw Tarmac empty cement working. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Colas Rail Class 70 No. 70810 approaches St Germans with the 6C36 11:38 Moorswater to Aberthaw Tarmac empty cement working. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

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Cement Empties

by on May.25, 2017, under Photo News

Colas Rail Class 70 70812 crosses the River Tiddy on St Germans Viaduct with 6C36 11:38 Moorswater Tarmac Colas to Aberthaw Tarmac Colas Rail empty cement tanks running 52 minutes late. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Colas Rail Class 70 70812 crosses the River Tiddy on St Germans Viaduct with the 6C36 11:38 Moorswater Tarmac Colas to Aberthaw Tarmac Colas Rail empty cement tanks running 52 minutes late. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

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Duchy Cement

by on Jan.25, 2017, under Photo News

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Colas Rail 70802 crosses the River Tiddy on St Germans viaduct with the 6C35 02:35 Aberthaw Cement Works to Moorswater Tarmac Terminal with 18 PCA cement tanks Nos. 10698 10690 10999 11121 10692 10668 11131 10673 11004 11063 10683 10671 11054 10989 10667 10674 10689 10686. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

Colas Rail 70802 crosses the River Lynher on Grove viaduct with the 6C35 02:50 Aberthaw Cement Works to Moorswater Lafarge Terminal with 18 PCA cement tanks Nos. 10698 10690 10999 11121 10692 10668 11131 10673 11004 11063 10683 10671 11054 10989 10667 10674 10689 10686. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Colas Rail 70802 crosses the River Lynher on Grove viaduct with the 6C35 02:35 Aberthaw Cement Works to Moorswater Tarmac Terminal with 18 PCA cement tanks Nos. 10698 10690 10999 11121 10692 10668 11131 10673 11004 11063 10683 10671 11054 10989 10667 10674 10689 10686. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

Colas Rail 70802 backs the final pair of PCA cement tanks (Nos. 10698 10690) into Moorswater Lafarge Terminal of the 6C35 02:50 from Aberthaw Cement Works. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Colas Rail 70802 backs the final pair of PCA cement tanks (Nos. 10698 and 10690) into Moorswater Tarmac Terminal of the 6C35 02:35 from Aberthaw Cement Works, under the shadow of Moorswater Viaduct on the Great Western main line. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

Colas Rail 70802 crosses Old Station Road as it backs the final pair of PCA cement tanks (Nos. 10698 10690) into Moorswater Lafarge Terminal of the 6C35 02:50 from Aberthaw Cement Works. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Colas Rail 70802 crosses Old Station Road as it backs the final pair of PCA cement tanks (Nos. 10698 and 10690) into Moorswater Tarmac Terminal of the 6C35 02:35 from Aberthaw Cement Works. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

Some 11 3/4 hours after leaving Aberthaw Cement Works Colas Rail 70802 backs the final pair of PCA cement tanks (Nos. 10698 10690) of the 6C35 into Moorswater Lafarge Terminal. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Some 11 3/4 hours after leaving Aberthaw Cement Works Colas Rail 70802 backs the final pair of PCA cement tanks (Nos. 10698 and 10690) of the 6C35 into Moorswater Tarmac Terminal. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

The rural railway at Lafarge's Moorswater terminal. Colas Rail 70802 with the 6C35 02:35 from Aberthaw Cement Works. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

The rural railway at Tarmac’s Moorswater terminal, Colas Rail 70802 with the 6C35 02:35 from Aberthaw Cement Works. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

 

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England’s 2nd Quietest Station

by on May.25, 2016, under Photo News

Great Western Railway single car 153333 (in 'Visit South Devon by train' vinyl livery) waits pointlessly for passengers at Coombe Junction Halt with the 2L85 14:25 Liskeard to Looe. Just 26 customers used the station between April 2014 and March 2015 but a specially organised group of over 100 on 14th May ensured Coombe will move up the charts this year. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Great Western Railway single car 153333 (in ‘Visit South Devon by train’ vinyl livery) waits pointlessly for passengers at Coombe Junction Halt with the 2L85 14:25 Liskeard to Looe. Just 26 customers used the station between April 2014 and March 2015 but a specially organised group of over 100 on 14th May ensured Coombe will move up the charts this year. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

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