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Entering Shape Gap Station

Page history last edited by Andrew Coward 12 years, 1 month ago

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Another  view on the Isle of Westland Railway. The name of the station is a clue to the fact that the line uses a large number of small trees and heathers to create  the impression of a line passing through lush South of England scenery. The 'through' station here is surrounded by small trees which from this angle merge into the view of larger ones planted behind and then more in a neighbour's garden.

 

The train will curve away to the left to enter the platform road while goods wagons sit on the station siding have delivered the coal.

 

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