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The Gwili Railway thread

Discussion in 'Heritage railways & Centres in the Uk' started by Matt78, Jan 28, 2012.

  1. Christopher125

    Christopher125 Part of the furniture

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    Darned if I can find the page now but a couple of days ago I found a photo of 3 Mk1's at Long Marston supposedly owned by the Avon Valley. The accompanying note implied that the site was needed for redevelopment. Might be worth following up.
    Ray.
     
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    Forgive me, but where is the loco shed at Bronwydd Arms?
     
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    North end of the site. Click back a few pages on this thread and there should be some pics.

    EDIT - see page 49

    Regards

    Matt
     
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    If you want to find the carriages still present at Long Marston Depot, then use the great searching tool from vintagecarriagetrust.
    Here are the result with the Mark 1 Coaches:
    http://www.cs.vintagecarriagestrust.org/se/results.asp

    I think there are even 4 Mark 1 located at Long Marston...
     
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