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English: Cockwood harbour and railway Line at grid reference SX977807 near Cockwood, Devon, England. This is the main west of England rail route for Torbay and Plymouth. At this point, it is on an embankment which separates the sea from the harbour. Boats gain access to this sheltered area via a small bridge passing under the railway. Needless to say, yachts and large vessels cannot gain access due to the height restriction! The train is one of many main line chartered specials that operate to the West Country throughout the year. Definitely Castle Class, probably 5051.
Date 26 March 2005
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50° 37′ 1.24″ N, 3° 26′ 50.53″ W

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