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  1. Doug Judy

    Report - Keele Tunnel, Staffordshire. July 2020.

    Evening all, Another Railway tunnel from me.... Keele Tunnel The 321 yard long Keele Tunnel in Staffordshire was located on the North Staffordshire Railway’s Stoke to Market Drayton Line, Built in 1859 from red brick following a completely straight course with some masonry coping on each...
  2. Doug Judy

    Report - Cadeby Tunnel, South Yorkshire. July 2020.

    Cadeby Tunnel - South Yorkshire. July 2020 The 163yard long Cadeby Tunnel was situated on the Conisbrough to Wrangbrook Jn also served Cadeby Main Colliery and Brodsworth Main Colliery, the line’s construction was heavily backed by the Denaby & Cadeby Colliery Company which had agreed to move...
  3. Doug Judy

    Report - Oxendon Tunnels, Northamptonshire. July 2020.

    Oxendon Tunnels Afternoon everyone.. The first Oxendon Tunnel (453yds) was constructed in 1859 officially opened on the 16th February, the single line had to fight its way through the hills of Great Oxendon & Kelmarsh to the south, to the south of Oxendon tunnel a huge cutting was need and...
  4. Doug Judy

    Report - Barnsdale Tunnel - West Yorkshire. July 2020.

    Barnsdale Tunnel - West Yorkshire, July 2020. Situated on the Hull & Barnsley railway, the 1226 yard Barnsdale Tunnel was opened on the 20th July 1885, westbound traffic would emerge from the tunnel and head towards Wrangbrook Jn which was the diverging point for the Wath & Denaby branch lines...
  5. Doug Judy

    Report - Boughton Brake Tunnel - July 2020.

    Well I’m back after a short break away from exploring mainly due to Lockdown, was persuaded by a good friend / explorer of mine to visit Boughton Brake Tunnel on the Bevercotes Branch near Ollerton, Nottinghamshire. History - British Rail opened a four-mile single-track branch to the new...
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