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Report - Oakamoor Sidings, May 2010 & Jan 2011


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28DL Full Member

The sidings at Oakamoor are a relatively recent addition to the line’s history, and were first used as a siding to the quarry nearby. The sidings are currently used for storage as part of the Churnet Valley preserved Railway. When the line was first opened in 1849 there were no sidings at Oakamoor. The line originally ran between North Rode and Uttoxeter, primarily for heavy freight in and around the numerous limestone quarries and copper works dotted around the area.


Visited May 2010 & January 2011

We first ventured to the siding years ago with our Grandma and ever since that day it’s been stuck in our minds but of course we didn’t know what urban exploring was back then, so when we got into exploring we decided to get ourselves down to the train graveyard as We like to call it. What a brilliant explore it is loads to see and if you go down several times you’ll see the progress on the carriages and the last time We went there were two more trains there so its forever changing.

These are some of the Favorite Pictures from the visits :D











Hope You Enjoy



Staff member
Cheers for sharing.

If I ever go for a change of career I think I might open a 'Fat Cunt Buffet' - has a nice ring to it!


Obsessed with BS7671
Regular User
Good pics. Career change wise, I've always wanted to start a mens magazine and call it "shyte"


Obsessed with BS7671
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Welcome to this months bumper packed copy of "Shyte". In this eposide you will find a detailed review of this months top gastro spot, the 'Fat Cunt Buffet', the "Buffet" for "Fat Cunts"!

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