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Developments on the Corris Railway

Discussion in 'Narrow Gauge Railways' started by Corris Steam, May 22, 2016.

  1. Heregoes789

    Heregoes789 New Member

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    The Photographs section of the Corris Railway website is reguarly (in normal circumstances) updated.Each photo carries a caption, hope this helps.

    https://www.corris.co.uk/news/photographs/
     
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    30854 Part of the furniture

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    It's one of my favourites. Where else can you regularly keep up to date with the latest in porcine fashion?

    ...... though the Corris too has now succumbed to the inevitable, with all public onsite activities suspended 'for the duration'. The online shop remains open for business and donations for virtual journeys via the imaginative 'concept coach' scheme meet all government social distancing safety guidelines.
     
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