How long was Britannia based on the NVR?
Scaldwell does look like a bulky piece of kit.
I’m guessing if the NNR ever extends its dining services to Norwich the carriages would need to be upgraded? I’ve seen Norwich mentioned in Joint...
I think customers on the Cromer dining trains would rather enjoy the sea view and beautiful landscape at a sedate pace rather than be sped along...
Fantastic progress on Blyth.
Also nice to see this blog is regularly updated.
From what I’ve read elsewhere a lot of money was spent installing equipment to enable the N2 to venture to Cromer, but unfortunately it never made...
I believe so.
I think it’s hoped the N2 will return to the NNR after it’s overhaul
A reopened line from the A12 at Blythburgh to Southwold could maybe work as a park and ride scheme for visitors to Southwold.
Getting over or under the A12 will certainly be a challenge for the groups
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Most of the Southwold objectors are only at their second homes at weekends anyway.
I believe the Halesworth group split away from the main Southwold group a few years ago.
The Halesworth group believe that end of the SR has more...
Also as the work on Blyth is being undertaken by a very reputable engineering business I, personally, wouldn’t pay much heed to the doubters.
I guess we won’t know until Blyth is in operation.
And once it is there is always scope for mechanical improvements if needed.
Not sure what...
As for ‘Blyth’ I honestly thought, when the project started, that in 2020 it would still be just a fundraising page and a chimney. I’m very happy...
I think there is a medium to long term aim
to relay the harbour branch before tackling the main route.
local opposition would probably be the...
Hopefully, when people will see at what an advanced stage ‘Blyth’ is at, it will encourage them to donate towards its completion.
The FB page for North Bay Railway Engineering Services is showing some incredible progress on ‘Blyth’.
That’s a beast
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