John Speller's Web Pages Teignmouth (SDR)

John Speller's Web Pages - GWR Broad Gauge - SDR

An engraving published 20 August 1854, showing a broad gauge train for Plymouth leaving Teignmouth, with the Shaldon Bridge over the River Ness in the background
On the sea wall at Teignmouth in 1891, "Rover" Class 4-2-2 "Timour" heads east with the "Cornishman." Photograph by the Rev. A. H. Malan. And the same location featuring a special train behind No. 6024 "King Edward I" on 30 May 2010 on this video
Photograph by Fred Groves of Teignmouth, 3.15 p.m. on 20 May 1892. It shows the last down broad-gauge "Cornishman," the 10.15 a.m. Paddington to Penzance express, passing through Teignmouth, Driver Davies and Fireman Chater
Teignmouth East Tunnel. This is the same location as the Rev. Mr. Malan's photograph on the left, before 1884 when the tunnel was opened out and the familiar lattice bridge built
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