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|Name: Brett King|
|Location: North Walsham,Norfolk|
Great site,some of the photos bring back memories of trainspotting in the 50's & 60's.
I shall definately be using your site again.
|Name: Jason Matthews|
|Location: West Midlands|
Very good site. I like the other reader's galleries.
Excellent site very interesting and informative.
Was there ever a station at Cofton? And if so where was it? Also where were the location of the 3 stations at Lifford I have found these stations particularly hard to work out.
Thanks for the entry Ben. I've never come across a station at Cofton (there was one at Coughton, however). The nearest to Cofton would have been the Halesowen Railway's Longbridge Station and Barnt Green.
Regarding the trio of Lifford stations, click on the 'Map' link at the bottom of the Lifford Wharf page HERE
Hope this helps!
|Location: Birmingham City Centre|
I saw a very slow train on the railway in digbeth yesterday (sunday), it was spitting out endless pullution and moving at snail pace. I just wanted to say that I'm pleased that most trains these days are cleaner on the environment and I hope we can keep improving things. Nice website by the way, although the navigation has a problem on Netscape 7 on Unix (test it on the Sun computers in Birmingham Central Library).
Website navigation has been tested on Netscape, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Windows and works fine in all of them, including on Macs - not sure about Unix though: don't have that environment to bug-hunt!
|Name: Phil Madeley|
I am just writing to say that I am currently thinking about trying to create a charity group that aims to rebuild the stretch of line from walsall to lichfield. The line will hopefully become a historically run branchline and would hopefully look something like the severn valley in years to come but not quite on that scale. I would appreciate your views on the idea.
Great idea Phil, if there's anything I can do to help, let me know. However, it would be a rather large undertaking, both financially and physically, so I hope you know what you are letting yourself in for! Might I recommend contacting the Chairman of Chasewater Railway if you want a bit of advice?
What do other readers think?
|Name: andy tot|
|Location: brierley hill|
brilliant site. love the old pictures. lived in old hill for 15 years and never knew about old hill high street station (and i lived round the corner from the old station) very interesting reading on the old station sites. brilliant work keep it up!!!!
Thanks for the feedback Andy, more content is on the way - just putting the finishing touches to a selection of sites around the Wolverhampton area.
|Name: Tony Woodward|
|Location: Saffron Walden|
Found this to be a very interesting site that brought back lots of memories. I spent a lot of time on Northfield, Kings Norton and especially Selly Oak stations. Could not count the hours spent on New Street and Snow Hill as well. I do still have a few photos - mostly black and white - taken in the 60's as a schoolkid. If you could contact me, I would appreciate it as there are many stories - some might even be relevant - that I would like to pass on. Remember the 'Blood tub' at Snow Hill with Athelhampton Hall on duty as if it were yesterday.
Thanks and keep it up - even if the odd idiot seems to creep in from time to time.
|Name: STEVE BOTTRILL|
HELLO GREAT SITE VERY INTERESTING DOES ANYBODY HAVE ANY PHOTOS/MEMORIES OF BROMFORD BRIDGE AND THE MONKEY RUN?
I am choo-chooing through the net
and am giving a big wave to this
I have also a HP and I'd be glad,
if you'd also gave me a visit.
HAVE JUST FOUND YOUR SITE. BRILLIANT.Your quite right about the plank across the Worcester canal at Bournville.I spent many an hour on the wooden steps at Bournville station watching both mainline and Cadbury trains