Upcoming Club Led Walks

 
Wednesday May 22 25

Evening Walk Baddesley Colliery Dugsdale Estates Railway (Warwickshire) (5m)

A walk along the remnants of the colliery rail links with the West Coast Main Line and Coventry Canal. To register an interest contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Saturday May 22 28

Lydford to Okehampton (Devon) (8m)

First part of Dartmoor weekend. A walk along the former LSWR main line to Okehampton crossing the impressive Meldon Viaduct along the way.
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Sunday May 22 29

Princetown to Dousland (near Yelverton, Devon) (8m)

Part of Dartmoor weekend. A walk along the scenic Dartmoor branch line which closed in 1956 downhill to Dousland
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Monday May 22 30

Rattlebrook Peat Railway (Devon) (7.5m)

Final Part of Dartmoor weekend. Another scenic Dartmoor route which follows the former Rattlebrook Peat Railway constructed in 1879 from Bridestowe Station on the former LSWR mainline to access Peat workings on Rattlebrook Hill at over 1000 feet above sea level. The track was lifted 1936/7 following an abortive attempt to convert it to narrow gauge.The Peat workings continued to 1956 using lorries on the adapted trackbed
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Saturday Jun 22 4

Stonehouse to Nailsworth/ Stroudwater Navigation (Gloucestershire) (7.5m)

A walk along the Stroudwater Navigation Canal into Stroud then walk the former Midland Railway branch back to Dudbridge. Then walk along the the Nailsworth branch
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Saturday Jun 22 4

Brighouse circular: Main Line, Colliery Tramway, Branch Line and a Canal. (Yorkshire) (9m)

A walk along the L&Y Manchester-Wakefield main line, Calder & Hebble Navigation, LNWR Bradley Wood branch, the site of Cooper Bridge Station, Clifton Colliery Tramway, the L&Y's Pickle Bridge branch and a touch of the Luddites. Return on a section of the Calderdale Way.
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Wednesday Jun 22 8

Halstead to Chappel and Wakes Colne (Essex) (7 miles)

A walk along the remains of the Colne Valley and Halstead Railway that once connected Chappel, Halstead and Haverhill. This section opened in 1860, with stations at Earls Colne and White Colne. The line was closed to passengers at the end of 1961 and to freight in 1965.
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Thursday Jun 22 9

Evening Walk - Morley Tunnel to West Hallam (Derbyshire) (4m)

Walk along the GN Derby line. There may be an opportunity earlier in the day to visit the Steeple Grange Light Railway. To register an interest in this walk contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Saturday Jun 22 11

Ilkeston - including Bennerley Viaduct (Derbyshire) (8.5m)

A circular event from Ilkeston exploring lines to the north-east to New Nuthall and return by a different route. The major engineering feature is the newly opened Bennerley Viaduct. Opportunities to view the structure, how it is constructed, as well as getting panoramas from the area around it. Return across the Erewash Valley by this glorious piece of engineering. Other highlights include the two stations sites within Kimberley.
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Saturday Jun 22 11

The Downs Link - Christ’s Hospital to Cranleigh (West Sussex/Surrey) (9.5m)

A walk along the Downs Link includes visits to some restored stations
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Saturday Jun 22 18

Gorseddau Railway/Tramway Part 1: Cwm Pennant – Prince of Wales Quarry – Llyn Cwmystradllyn (8m)

Part 1 of a 2 day break - An exploration of the Gorseddau Junction & Portmadoc Railways Co’s extension of the original Tramway.
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Sunday Jun 22 19

Gorseddau Railway/Tramway Part 2: Gorseddau Tramway Part 2: Meini Hirion Water Works to Porthmadog (6m)

Part 2 of a 2 day break - After a possible short detour to view Ynys-y-Pandy slate mill, follow the trackbed downhill to Penmorfa, and rejoin the tramway route which runs beside a former canal and crosses the Cambrian Coast railway
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Monday Jun 22 20

Nant Gwernol – Bryn Eglwys quarry - Abergynolwyn (Wales) (5m)

A walk that includes the Talyllyn Railway
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Tuesday Jun 22 21

Trawsfynydd - Arenig, Gwynedd (Wales) (9m)

A walk in Snowdonia National Park along a high shelf above the valley and crossing the delightful Cwm Prysor Viaduct at its head.
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Wednesday Jun 22 22

Evening walk on the Chat Moss NCB line to Astley Sidings (Greater Manchester) (4m)

An out & back walk tracing the ex-NCB Walkden system from Astley Green Colliery to Astley Green sidings. To register an interest contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Thursday Jun 22 23

Swine to Hornsea (East Yorkshire) (9.5m)

A walk to Swine Station and then along trackbed all the way to the buffers at Hornsea, where the station has been beautifully restored. This is the eastern section of the (closed) Hull - Hornsea railway, now part of the Transpennine Trail and easy walking. There are several stations en route
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Saturday Jun 22 25

Bedford to Sandy - The Varsity Line (Bedfordshire) (9m)

A walk following part of the former ‘Varsity Line’ between Oxford and Cambridge. Starting at the location of the original Bedford St Johns station, crossing the River Great Ouse a number of times on original bridges. Passing through station sites at Willington, Blunham and Girtford Halt to Sandy, where the branch line crossed the East Coast main line to reach the dedicated platforms on the east side of the station
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Saturday Jun 22 25

Entwistle – Darwen (Lancashire)

A fascinating day out on the superbly scenic West Pennine Moors loosely based on operational parts of the Bolton-Blackburn route. The morning route criss-crossing the main line whilst following three virtually undocumented tramways that formerly led to a brickworks and two quarries. After lunch at the Crown & Thistle Inn at Whittlestone Head and follow the main line as it heads through Sough Tunnel, passing by two airshafts and several earthworks. Approaching Darwen to view the site of Spring Vale, the one intermediate closed station, and branch off to see the southern terminus of Darwen’s pioneering steam passenger tramway
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Sunday Jul 22 3

Sheffield & District Society of Model & Experimental Engineers Open Day

A walk in the Sheffield area followed by a visit to Sheffield & District Society of Model & Experimental Engineers Open Day
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Saturday Jul 22 9

Cam Valley Part One (Somerset) (7m)

A walk exploring the former Great Western Railway Cam Valley branch line which was featured in the 1952 Titfield Thunderbolt film, together with the Somerset Coal Canal which preceded it. This walk provides a unique combination of beautiful rural settings and iconic industrial archaeology.
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Tuesday Jul 22 12

Granville Country Park (West Midlands) (4m)

Walk in the pleasant confines of Granville Country Park visiting old private colliery lines, remains of Iron work blast furnaces, colliery buildings and an abandoned canal wharf.
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Tuesday Jul 22 12

Great Western, Wolverhampton or Codsall Station pub Walk

A walk followed by a walk planning meeting
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Wednesday Jul 22 13

Brynmawr to Abergavenny (Blaenau Gwent) (8m)

This walk down the Clydach Gorge follows the route of the former LNWR Heads of the Valleys line which ran from Abergavenny Junction up to Merthyr Tydfil and opened in 1869. The line was difficult and expensive to work with gradients as steep as 1 in 34. The line closed to freight in November 1954 and to passengers in January 1958 but now provides one of the most spectacular railway walks in the whole of Wales. There are two sets of tunnels along with surviving station buildings en-route and the final part of the walk back into Abergavenny is via Castle Meadows alongside the River Usk. Sturdy footwear is required and a torch will be handy to view inside the tunnels.
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Saturday Jul 22 16

Brightlingsea to Wivenhoe (Essex) (9m)

A walk along the old formation although there is an unavoidable diversion where a bridge was demolished
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Saturday Jul 22 16

Chapeltown to Tankersley and Wortley Beer & Cider Festival (Yorkshire) (7m)

Looking at the filled-in vent shaft of a “tunnel that never was” also stretches of the South Yorkshire Railway and historical sites, ending with an optional visit to Wortley Beer & Cider Festival
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Tuesday Jul 22 19

Wymondham to Ashwellthorpe (Norfolk) (7m)

A walk from Wymondham railway station to Ashwellthorpe, roughly midway to Forncett. This section contains most of the historical interest, recognisable route and remaining structures
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Wednesday Jul 22 20

Manchester, Bolton & Bury Canal; Farnworth – Clifton and Fletcher’s Canal. (Greater Manchester) (5m)

A walk along the disused Manchester, Bolton & Bury Canal (initially dry but largely intact, then more fragmented through Salford) from the locks at Nob End, (east side of Bolton) and the aqueduct at Prestolee, eastwards, including a diversion to explore the former Outwood Tramway as it climbs on an incline through Ringley Woods, before crossing a second aqueduct over the River Irwell west of Clifton. Then head west on the south side of the river, following the short Fletcher’s Canal into Clifton Country Park (afternoon café stop) together with the railway remains in the park, before finishing at Clifton Station
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Saturday Jul 22 23

Bury Round (Lancashire) (8.5m)

A walk through Burrs Country Park and then follow the East Lancashire Railway to Brooksbottoms. Then head cross country to Holcombe Brook, return to Bury via the Holcombe Brook Branch, through Tottington.
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Saturday Jul 22 23

Churnet Valley Canal Walk & Rail Ale Festival (West Midlands) (5.5m)

Walk the Cauldon Canal towpath to Froghall then return to Cheddleton by train on the heritage Churnet Valley line with the option of participating in the steam railways Beer Festival
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Sunday Jul 22 24

The Manifold Trail - Waterhouses to Hulmes End (Staffordshire) (8m)

A walk along the glorious Manifold Valley on a hard multi use surface path to Hulme End
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Tuesday Jul 22 26

Cromford Canal – Ironville – Pinxton – Bentinck Town (Derbyshire) (6m)

A walk following the course of the Cromford Canal’s Pinxton Branch and the course of the Mansfield & Pinxton Railway. After reaching Pinxton Canal Wharf the course of the early tram road (open 1819) is followed where possible to Kirkby. Here it was converted to a steam railway by the Midland Railway opening in 1847
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Wednesday Jul 22 27

Evening Walk Tyldesley to Wigan (Greater Manchester) (4m)

A walk into the complicated area of former lines south east of Wigan along the ex-LNW line to Bickershaw Junction and the remains in the Amberswood and Ince areas. To register an interest contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Thursday Jul 22 28

The Whelley Loop and connecting tramways in the Aspull area of Wigan (6m)

The walk includes the Whelley Loop line from its crossing of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal as far as the now inaccessible Douglas Viaduct which we hope to view from below, the site of Haigh Foundry and its railway bridge, Haigh Hall and its miniature railway, the tramway from Aspull heading south to Lindsay Pit and a section of the Springs Branch through Kirkless Wood.
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Saturday Aug 22 6

Tonmawr to Aberavon (West Glamorgan) (7m)

A linear walk starts in Tonmawr and follows the former Port Talbot Railway freight-only line which closed in 1964 down the valley of the Pelenna River (Afon Pelenna) to Pontrhydyfen where the red brick ten arch viaduct still stands. The route then shares the Afan Valley (Cwm Afan) with the Rhondda and Swansea Bay line (now a popular cycle route) down to Aberavon and Port Talbot Parkway Station
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Tuesday Aug 22 9

The Cromford & High Peak Railway - Brierlow Bar to Buxton (Derbyshire) (6m)

A walk on the northern section of the C&HPR from the junction with the operational Hindlow Quarry - Buxton line to Harpur Hill exploring various sidings and tramways on route.
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Thursday Aug 22 11

Evening walk: Middleton on Tees Branch (Co Durham) (3m)

A walk along the trackbed near the site of Cotherstone station and paths into Barnard Castle. To register an interest in this walk and the associated walks over the weekend contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Friday Aug 22 12

The Percy Main to Backworth Corridor (Northumberland) (6m)

A day of exploration of remains, amongst extensive new developments, of former wagonways, railways and Metro Test Track. Includes the Stephenson Museum an coal shipment and port remains. To register an interest in this walk and the associated walks over the weekend contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Saturday Aug 22 13

Railways around Alnwick (Northumberland) (5m)

A walk along former NCB line from the Shilbottle Coliery site to main line Exchange Sidings. On to Alnwick for exploration of former station and line west of A1. Visit to Aln Valley Railway. To register an interest in this walk and the associated walks over the weekend contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Saturday Aug 22 13

The Dramway Path (Avon) (8m)

Constructed in the early 19th century as the horse drawn Avon & Gloucestershire Railway to carry coal from Coalpit Heath down to the River Avon just north of Keynsham. The Dramway is an 8 mile official path that follows the route along the Eastern outskirts of Bristol with various tramway bridges, a short tunnel and stone sleeper sets at Siston Common.
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Saturday Aug 22 13

Eigiau Tramway walk. Conwy (Wales) (10m)

The steep climb from the Conwy Valley floor is followed by an out and back walk along the trackbed of this 2’ gauge tramway (standard gauge until 1916) which operated from 1907 for the construction and subsequent maintenance of Llyn Eigiau dam until this burst in 1925. Panoramic views throughout and tramway relics and the remains of the dam towards the upper end.
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Sunday Aug 22 14

Walk in the south of County Durham

More details of the walk to be determined imminently. To register an interest in this walk and the associated walks over the weekend contact Gas Hill on 0114 2752303 or 73 Norfolk Park Avenue, Sheffield, S2 2RB
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Wednesday Aug 22 17

Biddulph to Stoke on Trent (Staffordshire) (10m)

A walk on the southern part of the North Staffordshire Railway's route from Stoke to Congleton via Biddulph, head south from Biddulph, reaching Milton Junction where a connection was made to the Stoke to Leek line. From Milton Junction passing the remains of Bucknall & Northwood Station until forced off this route by flooding little more than a mile from Stoke Station.
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Saturday Aug 22 20

Irthlingborough to Titchmarsh (Northamptonshire) (10.5m)

A walk along the remains of the Nene Valley Line between Irthlingborough and Thrapston, crossing the river on a number of occasions. Within Thrapston, take in the line which crossed at right angles on its way from Kettering to Huntingdon, containing two viaducts. Continuing up the formation to the village of Titchmarsh.
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Saturday Aug 22 20

Arkwright Town to Halfway (Derbyshire) (8m)

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Saturday Aug 22 20

Horton Hospital Light Railway and Chessington South sidings (Surrey) (7m)

A walk along the private Railway built for the construction and subsequent maintenance of Central (Pumping) Station, Long Grove, and West Park Hospitals. The line began in 1905 as a contractor’s railway for the construction of Long Grove, which after completion was taken over by the LCC to serve all three Hospitals. It operated until 1950, by which time road transport rendered it uneconomic and was closed. The walk traces the route from the location of the Exchange Sidings adjacent to Ewell West Station through housing estates and fields before entering Horton Country Park, where most of the trackbed has been preserved as footpaths together with some railway relics. From West Park Hospital, follow a local footpath to view the newly cleared and re-laid sidings adjacent to Chessington South Station.
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Tuesday Aug 22 23

Railways of Kirkby in Ashfield & The Mansfield & Pinxton Railway Part 2 (Derbyshire) (5m)

A walk visiting the complex junctions of old colliery lines immediately south of Kirkby in Ashfield including Portland Park. Followed by tracing the remains of the Mansfield & Pinxton Railway around Kings Mill including crossing the River Maun on the surviving stone viaduct. This walk is supported by the Steaming Back to Kirkby Project team
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Wednesday Aug 22 24

Cam Valley Part Two - Dunkerton to Limpley Stoke (Somerset) (6m)

The second part of the Cam Valley walk is from Dunkerton to Limpley Stoke and follows the former GWR branch line featured in the Titfield Thunderbolt film and the Somerset Coal Canal which preceded it.
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Saturday Aug 22 27

Fledborough to Harby (Nottinghamshire) (6m)

A linear walk on a National Cycle Trail from the site and platform remains of Fledborough station, crossing the iconic Fledborough Viaduct and finishing at Harby. The walk follows the route of the old Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway.
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Saturday Sep 22 3

The Abbey Flyer, Watford to St Albans (Hertfordshire) (5m)

An opportunity to ride the rails and experience one of the last remaining branch lines to have escaped Dr Beeching’s planned closure in 1963. Opened in 1858 by the LNWR to connect St Albans to the London and Birmingham mainline at Watford. Close on their heels a GNR branch from Hatfield, arrived in St Albans in 1865. Eventually both branches were superseded in 1868 by the Midland Railway line direct from St Pancras that has enabled St Albans to become a major commuter town. The walk from the Abbey station along part of the disused GNR branch, (the Alban Way), emerging at St Albans City station. Then walk parallel to the Abbey line and visit some of the stations. In particular Park Street where it is possible to explore the long disused Napsbury rail link on an overgrown embankment. Continuing to Bricket Wood where the original station building is awaiting renovation and where in Victorian times a funfair and narrow-gauge railway were attractions
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Saturday Sep 22 3

Railways of The Lancashire Coalfield; Atherton Round. (Greater Manchester) (9.5m)

A walk around a number of lines that served the coal industry when it was important for the local area. Some of the lines/features on route include the site of the worst mining disaster in England (Pretoria Colliery), Chequerbent Bank Pits 3-4 Branch, Bolton and Leigh Railway to Atherton Junction, Howe Bridge West Sidings, Parsonage Colliery Branch, Speakman's Guest Street Branch, Gin Pit System and Shakerley (Nelson) Colliery Branch. Despite being in a suburban area there are varying landscapes, some built up and others surprisingly rural. In an area near Bedford Colliery, there is an area fenced off due to an underground fire in local workings.
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Saturday Sep 22 3

Railways and Tramways Around Boosbeck, Slapewath and Charltons (North Yorkshire) (6m)

A circular walk along lines associated with past tile manufacturing, also local alum and ironstone mining.
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Monday Sep 22 5

5 days walking from Donegal on The Swilly Trail (Ireland)

An itinerary of walks along the Swilly Trail from Donegal through Letterkenny and to Burtonport on the Atlantic Coast
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Saturday Sep 22 10

Provisional - The Framlingham Branch (Suffolk) (9m)

A walk along the remains of the branch line that ran from Framlingham to Wickham Market Junction, which was closed in 1963, through to Wickham Market
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Tuesday Sep 22 13

Newcastle Area

A walk along some of the lines in Newcastle - to be determined
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Wednesday Sep 22 14

Glaisdale Moor Ironstone Tramway (Yorkshire) (3m)

A moorland walk on good paths with an easy inclined railway track to the moor top. Optional 3 mile circular extension at the end to trace the line of “Paddy Waddell’s Railway”
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Saturday Sep 22 17

A walk in the West Midlands area

To be confirmed
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Sunday Sep 22 18

6 days walking in the Isle of Wight

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Saturday Sep 22 24

Tiverton Circular (Devon) (7.5m)

A Walk following the scenic Grand Western Canal eastwards from Tiverton and then returning along the former Great Western Railway branch line from Tiverton Junction to Tiverton.
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Wednesday Sep 22 28

Eigiau Tramway walk. Conwy (Wales) (10m)

The steep climb from the Conwy Valley floor is followed by an out and back walk along the trackbed of this 2’ gauge tramway (standard gauge until 1916) which operated from 1907 for the construction and subsequent maintenance of Llyn Eigiau dam until this burst in 1925. Panoramic views throughout and tramway relics and the remains of the dam towards the upper end.
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Monday Oct 22 3

A week walking in the Isle of Man

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Saturday Oct 22 8

Weymouth and Portland (Dorset) (9m)

Travel from Weymouth to the Isle of Portland to explore the many tramways that survive as local footpaths and trace the former Weymouth & Portland Joint Railway back from Easton. This line closed to passengers in 1952 but now walkers can enjoy excellent cliff top views on a fine day.
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Saturday Oct 22 8

Railways of Trafford Park (Part 1) (Greater Manchester)

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Saturday Oct 22 15

Lyme Regis branch line (Dorset) (6m)

A Walk along as much of this former 6 mile line as is currently accessible which will include Combepyne Station and Cannington Viaduct. This wonderfully scenic little line came quite late on the railway scene, opening in 1903 and closed in November 1965.
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Saturday Oct 22 22

Dawlish (Devon)

A Walk along the sea wall from Dawlish to Dawlish Warren
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TBD

October 2022 - Gobowen - Blodwell, Shropshire

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Saturday Nov 22 5

The Watlington Branch (Pt 1) - Princes Risborough to Chinnor track walk (Buckinghamshire) (3.5m)

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Saturday Dec 22 3

and Sunday December 4th. Festive Weekend in Truro (Cornwall)

A local walk on the Saturday morning along the former Newham freight only branch line which will be about 4 miles. In the evening from 17:00 a Christmas Carvery is planned in a local pub followed by a performance by the Newquay Rowing Club Singers who sing sea shanties. On Sunday we will catch the train to Hayle to explore the Hayle Wharves railway network which has a very interesting history.
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TBD

2022 or 2023 Van - Caersws, Powys Wales

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