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November 24th 2015
01:22:43 PM
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Graham Hallett

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I am carrying out some research on the \"southernisation\" of the Ex GWR Yeovil-Dorchester line when under BR (SR) administration 1950-1962, especially the re-signalling using ST rail post signals to replace of ten ex-GWR wooden post signals. Does anyone have any information concerning this route in this period or any contacts who might help

Graham Hallett
Tewkesbury

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November 6th 2015
09:34:11 AM
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Barry Harding

How did you learn about RailWest?  

SDJR Yahoo group

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

Yes

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Very impressed especially with Chris Osment\'s contributions.

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August 29th 2013
12:56:28 PM
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Kate Glancy

How did you learn about RailWest?  

Just found it when looking on internet for info about old railway to Callington

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Very good details about the line and the sidings. Really helpful to me.

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June 9th 2007
07:19:19 PM
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RED

How did you learn about RailWest?  

Old postcard of Calstock Viaduct (Exclusive Grano Series. Published by The Photochrom Co. Ltd., Tunbridge Wells.)

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

Yes.

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Enjoyed the site and the information it gave me re the postcard view. Thanks.

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June 7th 2007
05:32:26 PM
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Barry

How did you learn about RailWest?  

S&DJR Links

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

Member of S&DJRT and Shepton & District MRS

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Good site. Much to take in so will take a while. Don't miss Mendip Model Railway Exhibition, Shepton Mallet 9 -10 June!

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June 3rd 2007
05:32:53 PM
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Steve Burdett

How did you learn about RailWest?  

Contact via Backtrack by Chris Osment

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

Yes-My mother was born near Yeovil.

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Hi,Chris
Long time no speak.Like the site -it is developing well.If you go through the links in my site,Adrian Roscalen has an excellent site on signalling including Yeovil Pen Mill.If you want any material I am sure that he will be only too pleased to assist.I will be including a section on Yeovil from my own collection shortly.
regards,
Steve.

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April 18th 2005
08:13:57 PM
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Tony Kirk

How did you learn about RailWest?  

via RCN2

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

Yes but mainly Exeter area

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I was born and brought up in Tiverton within sight and sound of the Exe Valley line. I also spent many summers at Blue Anchor during the 50`s and early 60`s.

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December 30th 2004
10:34:23 PM
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Stephen Benson

How did you learn about RailWest?  

Link from SIAM web site.

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

Yes, mainly Wthered Arm - I used to live at Padstow as a child.

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Excellent web site. Well laid out .Will visit again.

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August 6th 2004
10:28:13 AM
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Clive Skeates

How did you learn about RailWest?  

GWR Webring

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

I am constructing a 7mm model of Brixham in Devon circa 1933

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I have most of the published material but would love to get more information on the goods shed and the signal box

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July 25th 2004
03:26:12 PM
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Richard

How did you learn about RailWest?  

per Dorset road/rail map site

Are you interested in West Country railways?  

Yes

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Any info on proposals to re-open Maiden Newton-Bridport/West Bay, & Abbotsbury-Weymouth-Portland, please?

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