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One of the many abandoned engine houses on the east side of Bodmin Moor, Cornwall, with the trackbed of the Liskeard & Caradon Railway clearly visible in the foreground. Local community group Frome's Missing Links continues to work tirelessly to fill the gap, and recently announced completion of another discrete section of its intended route.
This photograph was taken during an official inspection of the line by Railway Paths Ltd; members of the public should keep away for their own safety.Betteshanger was the last working colliery in Kent, finally closing in 1989 after the 1984-85 Miners' Strike.In spring 2018, a new Kent Mining Museum will open at Betteshanger, funded in part by a grant of £1.3 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund; the museum is being established because the Kent coalfield was the only one in the UK without its own regional museum. The public consultation for the Development Consent Order, a legal requirement for the next, critical step towards trains returning to Portishead, will run from 23rd October to 4th December. Europe's second largest railway station is not in a major city, as one would expect, but in the tiny Pyrenean village of Canfranc (population 500) on the Franco-Spanish border. Regular readers of these pages will recognise 'Great Elm to Frome' as describing the missing section of Colliers Way (NCN24), which is needed to link Frome properly (by railway path) to Radstock, Midsomer Norton, Wellow, Midford and Bath.
Fencing has also been added along much of the path, which is near Coalash Lane.
Its starts south of Kelso just off the A698 (which itself occupies ¾ mile of the trackbed towards Roxburgh) at grid reference NT 736336 and continues to NT 754349 on the western edge of Sprouston, passing Sprouston Junction on the way – not a junction in the conventional sense, but an end-to-end connection where the two railway companies met. The variation of terrain is quite spectacular, i.e. It also passes over several long bridges and the high viaduct at Kilmacthomas, and additionally passes by the Waterford & Suir Valley preserved railway.' See further details and information. The current work will re-use virtually all of the former NBR's Glencorse branch, also known as the Bilston Glen Colliery Railway. Further to our reports in April and January, the South Wales Argus has just reported a funding boost for the 16 mile long multi-use trail intended for the old railway between Carmarthen and Llandeilo.