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Cornish Clay

by on Jun.16, 2016, under Photo News

Just about the best chance of seeing a freight train on the main line in Cornwall at the moment is the 6C53 14:50 St Blazey to Exeter Riverside on a Thursday. Here DB Cargo 66108 crosses Coldrenick Viaduct near Menheniot with a load of 9 JIA Imerys bogie covered hopper china clay wagons. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

Just about the best chance of seeing a freight train on the main line in Cornwall at the moment is the 6C53 14:50 St Blazey to Exeter Riverside on a Thursday. Here DB Cargo 66108 crosses Coldrenick Viaduct near Menheniot with a load of 9 JIA Imerys bogie covered hopper china clay wagons. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

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The First 68 In Cornwall

by on May.27, 2016, under Photo News

DRS 68017 'Hornet' approaches St Germans in Cornwall with the 1427 Penzance to Exeter Riverside N.Y. running 25 minutes early. This is the first class 68 seen in Cornwall and the first west of Exeter. Photo credit - Mark Simpson

DRS 68017 ‘Hornet’ approaches St Germans in Cornwall with the 1427 Penzance to Exeter Riverside N.Y. running 25 minutes early. This is the first class 68 seen in Cornwall and the first west of Exeter. Photo credit – Mark Simpson

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