EPW033426 ENGLAND (1930). Topsham Railway Station and the Topsham Board School (boys) on Parkfield Road, Topsham, 1930

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Title [EPW033426] Topsham Railway Station and the Topsham Board School (boys) on Parkfield Road, Topsham, 1930
Reference EPW033426
Date July-1930
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Place name TOPSHAM
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 296690, 88339
Longitude / Latitude -3.4625798212984, 50.684945289958
National Grid Reference SX967883

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The train is heading for Exmouth, hauled by a Southern Railway 0-4-4 tank engine, running bunker first

MB
Wednesday 11th of September 2013 03:44:13 PM
The Engine is an M7 possibly number 196

Jsjules
Wednesday 11th of September 2013 03:44:13 PM
The railway was originally built by the Exeter and Exmouth and opened on 1 May 1861. It was absorbed by the London & South Western in 1866. It was one of the south west's most heavily used commuter lines, although in the early days of its existence pilchard specials were run up to London

MB
Sunday 24th of March 2013 10:46:12 AM