Lynton & Barnstable Railway

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Remarkable railways that ranged around the moors Vintage Trains, Old Trains, Southern Trains, Steam Railway, Southern Railways, British Rail, Great Western, Thomas The Tank, Train Car

Remarkable railways that ranged around the moors

Roger Malone delves into a fascinating book relating to this rugged part of North Devon. Compared to the mesh of fibrous railway routes that once spread over more densely populated parts of...

Remarkable railways that ranged around the moors Southern Trains, Steam Railway, Southern Railways, South Devon, Railway Museum, British Rail, Old Trains, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive

Remarkable railways that ranged around the moors

Roger Malone delves into a fascinating book relating to this rugged part of North Devon. Compared to the mesh of fibrous railway routes that once spread over more densely populated parts of...

Loco Exe is seen at Pilton Yard with carriage stock. The loco is in intermediate livery which was applied between Poster Framed, Poster, Canvas Prints, Puzzles, Photo Gifts and Wall Art Live Steam Locomotive, Holland, Sussex County, Fine Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Steam Railway, Southern Railways, Railway Museum, Photographic Prints

Lynton and Barnstaple Railway liveries

history of liveries on the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway

  Heritage Railway, Steam Railway, Southern Railways, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Gauges, Old Photos, Passport, Transportation

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway - Pilton Works

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Lynton and Barnstaple Railway liveries Steam Railway, Southern Railways, British Rail, Old Trains, Steam Engine, Gauges, Military Vehicles, History, Miniature

Lynton and Barnstaple Railway liveries

history of liveries on the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway

Old bridge at Caffyns Halt station on Lynton to Barnstaple narrow gauge railway. Abandoned Train, Abandoned Places, Disused Stations, Southern Railways, Devon And Cornwall, Outdoor Toys, Steam Locomotive, Models, Model Trains

Caffyns Halt

Old bridge at Caffyns Halt station on Lynton to Barnstaple narrow gauge railway.

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway- Woody Bay trackbed in 1997 Disused Stations, Southern Railways, North Devon, British Rail, Steam Engine, Abandoned Places, Woody, Countryside, Woodland

The summer of 97! | The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway

To add to the report of work on the roof the other week, you might like these photos from the Summer of 1997 1. Life was so much simpler back then - no trains (or visitors) to worry about.

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway - Chelfham in 2012 31st January, Southern Railways, South Devon, Steam Engine, More Photos, Buildings, House Styles

Working Weekend January 2012 - Updated - Even More photos! | The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway

Tuesday 31st January Chelfham -The aftermath Nigel Thompson went to Chelfham to photograph the views after the successful clearance weekend.

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway North Devon UK Devon Uk, South Devon, Lark Rise To Candleford, Heritage Railway, Southern Railways, Photo Competition, Steam Engine, Steam Locomotive, Backyard

Photo Competition Winners' Photos | The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway

Photo Competition Winners' Photos | The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway

Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Bridge 15 looking towards Lynton Southern Railways, North Devon, Trains, Bridge, Country Roads, Train, Legs, Attic, Bro

Work Progress at Snapper Halt: June 2015

Our enthusiastic volunteer Snapper Halt Gang remains active undertaking the ongoing maintenance and restoration work.

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway - Trackbed at Cricket Lane Parracombe in 2009 Southern Railways, North Devon, Isle Of Wight, Cricket, Trains, Sunday, Country Roads, Model

Work in Progress - Sunday 25th January | The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway

A very successful weekend with considerable work undertaken on the L&B Railway both at Woody Bay and down the trackbed at Parracombe. Teams of volunteers from the Isle of Wight, Talyllyn Railway and a few Devon and Dorset based volunteers completed all the rail relaying through the platforms on the Friday - and ahead of schedule.