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No Artist - West Of Exeter (Steam Hauled Trains On The Exeter-Plymouth Main Line Of The Former Great Western Railway, In 1957 And 1958) download mp3 album

No Artist - West Of Exeter (Steam Hauled Trains On The Exeter-Plymouth Main Line Of The Former Great Western Railway, In 1957 And 1958) download mp3 album
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No Artist
Album:
West Of Exeter (Steam Hauled Trains On The Exeter-Plymouth Main Line Of The Former Great Western Railway, In 1957 And 1958)
Style:
Field Recording
Released:
1984
Country:
UK
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1940 mb
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1378 mb
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1592 mb
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Inside Exeter St. David's West Signal Box. B3. At Exeter St. David's Signal Box. Companies, et. Produced By Peter Handford This record is one of the "SOUNDS OF THE STEAM AGE" series produced by ASV TRANSACORD.

The Exeter–Plymouth line, also called the South Devon Main Line, is a central part of the trunk railway line between London Paddington and Penzance in the southern United Kingdom. It is a major branch of the Great Western Main Line and runs from Exeter to Plymouth, from where it continues as the Cornish Main Line. It was one of the principal routes of the Great Western Railway which in 1948 became part of the Western Region of British Railways and are now part of the Network Rail system.

Upgrading the railway in the South West of England. We are now beginning to deliver more seats and improved reliability across the South West. New Intercity Express Trains, designed for Devon and Cornwall, plus electrification of the route through Newbury will bring more comfortable and greener journeys between the South West and London. The Great Western Main Line, passes through a number of tunnels, including Whiteball, near Tiverton Parkway, and Marley, near Totnes. To ensure their continued use, Network Rail needs to carry out maintenance in February and March 2019. Whiteball Tunnel will be closed from Monday 18 February to Friday 8 March. Marley Tunnel one of the two tunnels at Marley will be partially closed from Monday 18 February to Friday 8 March. Because each line has its own tunnel, we can continue to run a limited train service through the remaining tunnel.

These were broad gauge companies originally allied to the B&ER.

Train tickets from Exeter St David's to Plymouth can start from as little as £3 when you book in advance and are usually more expensive when purchased on the day. Prices can also vary depending the time of day, route and class you book. Are there direct trains from Exeter St David's to Plymouth? Yes, it is possible to travel from Exeter St David's to Plymouth without having to change trains.

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Beyond Exeter, the line continued to Plymouth via Okehampton and Tavistock as the Exeter to Plymouth railway of the LSWR. This line is now partly closed, with the surviving sections downgraded to branch lines. The section from Exeter to Coleford Junction, near Yeoford, is still in existence as part of the Tarka Line (which continues to Barnstaple). The Network Rail South West Main Line Route Utilisation Strategy (March 2006) recommended building an extended section of double track from Chard Junction to Axminster, plus a passing loop at Whimple.

Western Mainlines South Devon Main Line Extension - Just Trains' 100-mile Train Simulator route for owners of the Western Mainlines route! . Set around 2013, this Train Simulator route starts to the north of Highbridge and Burnham station and heads in a south-westerly direction down to Plymouth via the picturesque Dawlish area. The total length of the route is approximately 100 miles: 48 miles from Burnham and Highbridge to Exeter, and 52 miles from Exeter to Plymouth. JT Class 153 – 2E89 2125 Plymouth to Exeter Required stock: Class 153 DMU Advanced (First Great Western) (JT), Voyager Advanced (JT), Riviera Line Class 143 (Steam) Duration: 80 minutes Take the evening stopping service from Plymouth to Exeter St Davids.

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Tracklist

Recordings Made At Dainton In July 1957
A1 'Hall' Class, 'King' Class And 'Hall' Class
A2 'Hall' Class With 5100 Class Banker
A3 'Castle' Class And 4300 Class
B1 Inside Tigley Signal Box
B2 Inside Exeter St. David's West Signal Box
B3 At Exeter St. David's Signal Box

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – Robert Stace
  • Manufactured By – PRT Records Ltd.
  • Distributed By – PRT Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Academy Sound & Vision Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Academy Sound & Vision Ltd.

Credits

  • Plated By – PAG
  • Producer – Peter Handford
  • Sleeve – Phil Duffy

Notes

Also available on cassette ZC ATR 7027.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): AXDM 10177
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): AXDM 10177-1 ATR 7027 PAG
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): AXDM 10178
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): AXDS 10178-1 ATR 7027 PAG

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DA 9 No Artist West Of Exeter ‎(LP, Mono) Argo DA 9 UK 1961
TR 104 No Artist West Of Exeter ‎(LP, Mono) Argo TR 104 UK 1970