A Dawlish historian has claimed the damage to the Dawlish rail line may have been prevented if the designer Brunel's original plans were followed. Bob Vicary prepared seven history boards along the South Devon Coast Path between Dawlish Warren and Lea Mount Park, Dawlish, for the Brunel bicentenary. He did much research and said the facts are 'a bit faint, but plenty of them'. Read ...
Have not been on for a bit , But still read the posts . Sorry to cause a stir Mcjrpc.
Teignbridge's top-performing waste collection service could soon get even better for residents as the Council seeks to introduce weekly food waste and recycling collections. Teignbridge District Council is exploring options around overhauling its waste service, giving residents more for their money while improving recycling figures. Teignbridge's fleet of bin lorries are ageing and are ...
@wondering - the line is missed. i can't get into my office in london easily and have had to put meetings back to april. the line will be back when it's back so making full use of some of the great conferencing technology around will have to do!
You're a new poster Onport1968 but you're very knowledgeable about past users. You must know that suspicion over second IDs can cause quite a stir in some quarters!
Yes you might be right . Another prat.
No, Smella had much more insight.
Network Rail has announced they will reopen the storm-damaged railway line, that connects the South West to the rest of the UK, on the 4 April, two weeks earlier than planned and well in time for Easter. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-26433185