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Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway

Nigel John Stapleton

Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway

by Nigel John Stapleton

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Published by Town & Country P in Bracknell .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway.,
  • Railroads -- England -- Essex -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Previous ed. (B63-1143), Pinner: Bledlow P., 1962.

    Statementby N. J.Stapleton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHE3821.K/
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20210354M
    ISBN 100900187069

      Andy Wade wrote: Edited to add: Just looked on Google Maps 'satellite view' on these coordinates: There is a conspicuous mark of some kind of buried structure (pipeline?) running from the sea in a straight . The Route of the Ashover Light Railway – Stretton to Ashover Butts. Baldwin T ‘Joan’ at Stretton in [5] Joan heading South from Stretton, (c) M. W. Earley [6]. South of the Halt at Stretton, the railway travelled for well over a kilometre alongside the main standard-gauge line before it began to bear away from the Midland line towards the west, soon entering the valley .

      However I remember the Kelvedon and Tollesbury light railway if that’s anything to go by! In those days the low level station at Kelvedon still remained and and goods trains could be seen shunting in readiness for a run along the light railway. The line’s impressively curved cutting could be seen from a train passing on the nearby main line. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .

    The Wisbech and Upwell Tramway was a rural standard gauge tramway in East was built by the Great Eastern Railway between Wisbech, Cambridgeshire and Upwell, Norfolk to carry agricultural produce. Although called a tram, in many ways it more closely resembled a conventional railway line, and paved the way for the passing of the Light Railways Act Locale: Wisbech, Cambridgeshire; Upwell, Norfolk, .   It's a Small size geocache, with difficulty of 2, terrain of 2. It's located in Eastern England, United Kingdom.A small camouflaged clip container with a log book & pencil and room for small trackables and trades. Tolleshunt D'arcy was one of the numerous halts on the Kelvedon & Tollesbury Light Railway.


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Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway by Nigel John Stapleton Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway was an 8-milechain ( km) standard-gauge light railway in Essex, England. It was authorised under the Light Railways Act and operated between the two villages of Kelvedon (on the Great Eastern Main Line) and Tollesbury to the south of Colchester on the coast.

THE KELVEDON AND TOLLESBURY LIGHT RAILWAY. Paperback – January 1, by N. Stapleton (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Reviews: 1. Rome2rio makes travelling from Chelmsford to Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway easy.

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I am continuing to read through old copies of ‘The Railway Magazine’. This time it is the December edition. It contains a short article about the Kelvedon and Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway book Light Railway in Essex.

This article held my interest because it relates to a line not too far from Braintree in Essex whe. Buy THE KELVEDON AND TOLLESBURY LIGHT RAILWAY Second Edition by Stapleton, N.

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Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. The Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway, authorised under the Light Railways Act operated between the two villages of Kelvedon and Tollesbury to the south of Colchester in Essex, line, which was part of the Great Eastern Railway (GER), was authorised on 29 Januaryalthough its opening was delayed until 1 October The area served by Author: Steve Sainsbury.

The Kelvedon-Tiptree-Tollesbury (Crab and Winkle) Light Railway branch line was opened in and closed in May The station at Tolleshunt D'Arcy (EHER ; TL) was built on the site of a demolished post-medieval building, Burnt House.

The station in Tiptree was located at TL County: ESSEX. The Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway Paperback – See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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I am continuing to read through old copies of ‘The Railway Magazine’. This time it is the December edition. It contains a short article about the Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway in Essex. This article held my interest because it relates to a line not too far from Braintree in Essex where we lived between and Tollesbury railway station was on the Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway, serving the village of Tollesbury, station was 8 miles 42 chains ( km) from Kelvedon Low Level railway station.

The station was opened in by the Great Eastern Railway. It was closed, along with the rest of the line, on 7 May Area: Maldon. "Essex Steam" by Charles Phillips includes another photo taken on 26 June ofbut this time at Kelvedon Station.

Also try to get a copy of is "The Kelvedon & Tollesbury Light Railway" by N.J. Stapleton, published by Town & Country Press - my copy is the second editioon dated It is A5 format 36 pages including 22 photos, maps etc.

The Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway by Stapleton, N.J and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at First Edition.

pages b/w photos - The Kelvedon & Tollesbury Light Railway was authorized on 29 January under the Light Railways Act of as a branch line of the Great Eastern Railway.

The line connected the small fishing village of Tollesbury in Essex with the rest of the British railway system at Kelvedon, south of Colchester. Peter Paye presents an excellent history and description of the Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway in Essex. Well illustrated with photographs, maps, track layouts and timetables.

Hardback, pages. ISBN:   This was an eight-mile light railway that ran between Kelvedon and Tollesbury. It opened in and was part of the Great Eastern Railway.

The stations on the line were: Kelvedon, Kelvedon Low Level, Feering Halt, Inworth, Tiptree, Tolleshunt Knights, Tolleshunt d’Arcy, Tollesbury and Tollesbury Pier. The Tollesbury Light Railway.

Class J69/1 No of Colchester shed stands just outside Tollesbury station in June with a mixed train formed of an ex ‘Wisbech and Upwell’ bogie coach (behind the engine), then an ex ‘Stoke Ferry’ six.

The railway was revived during the Second World War when the War Department took over the derelict Tollesbury Pier Extension as part the defence system against invasions.

The Kelvedon and Tollesbury Railway fought a valiant war, ferrying troops to the coastal defence batteries and carrying mobile anti-aircraft guns. A photograph of the great eastern railway station at tollesbury. a photograph of the great eastern railway station at feering. Fotomax Vintage photo of Postage, from Delivered anywhere in UK, is only available to UK Mainland on this service, you are welcome to arrange your own courier if you are overseas Any questions please ask.

The stand out layout for me was Tollesbury Quay. Martin Stringer’s 7mm layout is based on the Kelvedon and Tollesbury Light Railway and really is a lovely piece of modelling.

This layout has given me some ideas for a small layout before I build Herstmonceux’s replacement. Nothing came of it. The pier legs rot gently; grass and thistles smother the trackbed of the Kelvedon, Tiptree & Tollesbury Pier Light Railway. Where could you find a more peaceful and solitary walk on a bright, blowy spring morning?

Yet Piccadilly Circus lies less than an hour away. Start & finish: Tollesbury village square, CM9 8RG (OS ref TM.Cozens, Lewis (compiled by). The Axminster & Lyme Regis Light Railway with complementary road passenger services. Scarce. Short history of this light railway complete with b/w photos, map and scale drawing of locomotive.

(card cover) Published by author,pp VG £8 Scarce. Cozens, Lewis (compiled by). The Corris Railway. Re: kelvedon to tollesbury branch - some track to be relaid!!! Post by alfredroberts» Fri pm I may well be able to help with the planning requirements for the scheme you suggest, if you stay within the boundaries of the old light railway order then you can benefit from Part 11 Rights in General Permitted Development Order.