The Signalling Record Society
Lostwithiel lies on the Cornish Main Line and is the junction for the former Fowey branch that still serves Carne Point. The video has been split into two parts, the first dealing with passenger train traffic on the main line. The second video looks at the running round processes associated with getting freight trains on and off the line to Carne Point.
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|Filmed by:||Nick Jones & Philip Benham|
|Filmed in:||September 2016, July and September 2018|
|Historical Material:||The Victorian Web,
The National Archives,
National Library of Scotland
|Local Operations Manager:||Craig Russon|
|Video Editors:||Nick Jones|
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