PHASE 1 of the Tarka Valley Railway’s extension at Torrington, North Devon, continues apace.
Following installation of the new Strail crossing panels late last year, the permanent way team has completed the pedestrian crossing permitting public access to the Tarka Trail.
This was followed by preparing the trackbed and laying the next three panels of track.
A ‘King‘ point is now required for the kick-back sidings to enable vehicles to be shunted to form operational trains.
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