Welcome to CHR and many thanks for joining to show your support! At the moment the line from just short the north end of Oswestry station platform (able to take 12 coaches) to just behind Travis Perkins yard is available for passenger services, just short of one mile. The relaid line actually extends about 150 yards beyond the stop board visible in Colin's video above. (Post from 5th December). That section ends at the renewed cattle creep bridge. Beyond that is about 2/3rds of a mile to the northern point at the start of Weston station. This section was fettled enough for light works trains and stock movements but is not suitable for passenger operations. There needs to be considerable work to upgrade this remaining section. In some cases a spot resleepering is sufficient but in other areas virtually every sleeper per panel will require replacing before being passed for passenger operations. With the excavator already on site at Weston it makes sense to work on upgrading the line from South to North. This work is being done a panel at a time so that works trains can operate as required. Previously 20 track panels were stripped and the section gradually returned to operation. If you look at Colin's YouTube channel 'Cambrian HR Volunteer' there are a number of videos of trips along the sections yet to be restored. There is still plenty to do!