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Tarka Valley Railway Breaking News

Discussion in 'Heritage Railways & Centres in the UK' started by Devonbelle, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. Pesmo

    Pesmo New Member

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    How are they going to extend north beyond the agreed point ? The bridge immediately after the end of the rails over the Torridge is narrow (Google street view allows you to travel over it) and is the Tarka trail so people/bikes and rail can't coexist unless a new foot/cycle bridge is built. There are then two more narrow bridges within a short distance as the river meanders.
     
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    As I said....
     
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    Greenway Part of the furniture

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    5 years to lay one panel of track.....?
     
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