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Sea Wall Network Rail
12 Mar 2020

This link has some info on it https://www.networkrail.co.uk/running-the-railway/our-routes/western/south-west-rail-resilience-programme

What a lovely morning, is it going to last?

16 Feb 2020

So sad the black swans nest and eggs were washed away.

@1263 I did wonder when i drove past today and saw 3 police officers talking to people in the Lawn.

A public consultation over proposals – aimed at simplifying the network, offering earlier and later journeys to meet shift patterns and to improve reliability of connections – has been launched Route 2 Exeter • Newton Abbot – review of timetable to improve reliability. Potential of late journeys on a Saturday night. Potential improvement of Sunday frequency to half-hourly over summer months; ...

A so-called ‘bin tax’ on new-build households will be introduced in Teignbridge from April 1. From April 1, anyone moving into a new-build house would be charged £80 per property for a full set of containers, which would be the residual waste bin, recycling boxes, food waste container, indoor food caddy and reusable paper sack. Read more... ...

A unique steam train is to travel from London to Penzance and back to Plymouth to commemorate the Mayflower 400 celebrations. "The route will cross the picturesque Dawlish sea wall, before crossing the edge of Dartmoor to Plymouth, then across Brunel's famous Tamar Bridge, through Truro down to Penzance and some great views of St Michael’s Mount. The Mayflower will then return to Plymouth in ...

Just made some scones
28 Jan 2020

All that's needed now is the jam and cream.

The Old Vicarage, which casts a shadow over homes in Weech Road and Vicarage Gardens, has been gradually falling into a greater state of disrepair. The only benefactor from the sorry situation appears to be a wannabe Banksy, after impressive artworks popped-up on some of the walls. Read more... ...

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