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Hello,whilst not Ashley Hill does anyone know if this Ashley Down proposal is likely?
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- Thu Dec 05, 2019 8:41 pm
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: Bristol Area Signal Boxes
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Thanks for that,I didn't know about the ground frame. Yatton East was between Claverham and Yatton. It controlled the country ends of the goods loops from Claverham plus an extension of the down loop towards Yatton. Hutton was on the Weston avoiding line between Worle Jct and Uphill Jct. Yatton East...
Thanks for replying. Extra lamp posts will be required at both stations and I suppose Tarmac to replace the lifting paving slabs. Not a 5min job but good to hear it may happen. As the 255s can only use SDO either only 2 coaches or all 4,the guards on 257s must replicate this even though 3 coaches co...
Clearly these platforms were shortened for economic reasons. I seem to remember it happened in the mid 90s,so perhaps Wessex (or whichever company at the time) did not wish to pay Railtrack for the upkeep of more platform than what they required. The popular Windmill Close entrance at Bedminster was...
In the Filton Bank quadrupling passive provision was made for any future reopening of Ashley Hill. Is there a genuine desire to reopen Ashley Hill in a similar way to Saltford whose residents are actively campaigning?
Are GWR/NR reinstating full platform lengths at Parson Street and Bedminster? With the 2+4 HST stoppers only 2 coaches are currently unlocked. I see the shrubbery has been removed from the OOU parts of the platforms,could it be imminent!
GWR recently produced an excellent 63 page booklet called "Castles to Legend Land". Inside is a short history of each actual castle together with a picture of it. The book also suggests that the companies class 57s are to receive the new style castle nameplates except 57604 which will keep its brass...