One of Chris's comments recently prompted me to put up a few pictures I took last year on a visit to the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway in North Devon.
The railway opened in 1898 and closed in 1935, and is one of the most famous in railway terms. Over recent years a heritage group have taken on the task of rebuilding as much as they can and the main centre is at Woody Bay, not far from Lynton.
This picture shows the train arriving back at Woody Bay after the return trip to Killington Lane. I apologise that it has a signal growing out of the top of the cab on the engine, I didn't get round to cloning it out.
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