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  1. wellingtonian

    The Devon and Somerset Railway tunnels March 2015 ( visited April 2014)

    The Devon and Somerset Railway tunnels The Devon and Somerset a Railway (D&SR) was a cross country line that connected Barnstaple in Devon, to the network of the Bristol and Exeter Railway (B&ER) at Norton Fitzwarren, near Taunton. It was opened in stages between 1871 and 1873. The...
  2. wellingtonian

    Somerset here

    Hi everyone, I've been persuing this bizarre hobby of ours for a while now. Derps, industrial stuff and high stuff have all featured along the way, but underground and military stuff really float my boat. And, if the two go together, bonus time :P Recognise a few names on here, looking...
  3. Perjury Saint

    Tone Mills, Somerset... June '14

    In between Euro jaunts I done some UK bits... This was one of em... A revisit to the rather splendid... ....TONE MILLS.... Thanks for lookin' :)
  4. Perjury Saint

    'The Tonedale Coners' Feb '14

    On the way back from another site, I thought I'd swing by and have a crack at finding these lovely looking machines... After finding my access to the site, which was hampered by a constant stream of dog walkers, I soon realised that the site has CCTV on every bloody corner! But with time...
  5. Perjury Saint

    Tone Mills, Somerset. Feb '13

    TONE MILLS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tone Works was the dyeing and finishing works established by Fox Brothers and Co of Tonedale Mills, Wellington, at the confluence of the River Tone and the Back Stream . The site is shown on the Tithe map of 1839, and the works was enlarged and altered over the...
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