EPW011249 ENGLAND (1924). The Royal Albert Bridge over the River Tamar, Saltash, 1924. This image has been produced from a copy-negative affected by flare.

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Title [EPW011249] The Royal Albert Bridge over the River Tamar, Saltash, 1924. This image has been produced from a copy-negative affected by flare.
Reference EPW011249
Date 19-July-1924
Link
Place name SALTASH
Parish SALTASH
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 243305, 58744
Longitude / Latitude -4.2054157663113, 50.40703888464
National Grid Reference SX433587

Pins

More paddle steamers, moored up

MB
Wednesday 20th of January 2021 08:55:23 PM
Small paddle steamer, possibly used for trips on the Tamar to Cothele, Morwellham Quay and Calstock

MB
Wednesday 20th of January 2021 08:54:35 PM
Saltash Ferry, replaced by the Saltash Bridge, designed by Mott, Hay & Anderson, and opened in 1961

MB
Wednesday 20th of January 2021 08:53:28 PM
Possibly a Pannier or Taffy Tank in the center of a four Coach Push Pull Train

martw91
Monday 5th of October 2020 05:28:08 PM
GWR experts - is this a 4 coach push pull train with the loco in the middle?

Maitland
Tuesday 30th of September 2014 06:48:01 PM
Looks like it to me..... could be an 0-6-0 pannier tank

Brightonboy
Tuesday 30th of September 2014 08:21:53 PM
Yes, indeed, an 'Auto train'. Or to any other railway a push-pull train (or to some railways a pull-push train... the experts will know the difference!)

Maurice
Tuesday 30th of September 2014 10:11:21 PM

User Comment Contributions

A seat outside the Brunel Museum in Rotherhithe, 30/09/2014

Class31
Wednesday 1st of October 2014 11:06:56 AM
Saltash Station and The Royal Albert Bridge

Alexander Seal
Monday 29th of September 2014 11:32:16 PM