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Work in Progress - Thursday 25th June

Jun
30
2009

The Thursday gang today completed the clearing out of the remaining tools and materials from the former workshops in the unit at Grange Hill, Bratton Fleming. The lease can now be finally given up at the end of June.
 
Dave Blencowe provided a Luton van with which we were able to transport the various items with two full loads between Bratton Fleming and Woody Bay. Unloading onto flat wagon No.52 we shunted the loads through the station and into the shed for eventual storage and reuse within the new shed extension workshop area.

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Woody Bay Classics - Sunday 21st June

Jun
25
2009

The twelfth annual Atlantic Coast Express Run for Classic and Vintage Cars brought drivers and their partners from all over Devon and Cornwall to Woody Bay Station on Sunday, setting off from Okehampton at 9.30 a.m 

1. Classic steam, classic motoring

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New Line, New Loco at Woody Bay

Jun
20
2009


A new miniature railway has recently been constructed at Woody Bay Station. Built to 7¼ inch gauge, it is about 140 yards long, end-to-end. The line starts beside the entrance drive near the car park, crosses the upper station lawn, and runs into the trees at the Lynton end of the site. There is a possibility that further extensions to the line may be added at some time in the future.

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Work in Progress - Thursday 18th June

Jun
19
2009
Regular contributer Nigel Thompson is away on holiday this week, but another of the Thursday Gang has sent in this report:
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LLAMA - Sunday 14th June - PHOTOS!

Jun
17
2009

On a bright sunny Sunday afternoon, several musicians entertained the visitors at Woody Bay Station playing on the stage whilst the trains came and went ... 

Photos by Nigel Thompson

 


 


 

1. First on were Jacksboro Highway - an acoustic blues set.

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Work in Progress - Thursday 4th June

Jun
05
2009
The Thursday gang today finally finished the programme of fishplate oiling along the line into Killington Lane Station, completing the work started at Easter.
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LLAMA at Woody Bay

Jun
04
2009

Lynton & Lynmouth Music Festival (LLAMA)

Sunday June 14th 2009 - Woody Bay Station

1.00pm: Jacksboro Highway – Acoustic Blues

Evolved from three Northamptonshire guys getting together at an acoustic night with a love for a bluesy style of music. They have released two albums - Light'n the Load in 2005 and Diversions 2006 and will shortly complete a live album.

 

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LLAMA at Woody Bay Station

Jun
04
2009

Lynton & Lynmouth Music Festival (LLAMA)

Sunday June 14th 2009 - Woody Bay Station

1.00pm: Jacksboro Highway – Acoustic Blues

Evolved from three Northamptonshire guys getting together at an acoustic night with a love for a bluesy style of music. They have released two albums - Light'n the Load in 2005 and Diversions 2006 and will shortly complete a live album.

 

1.45: Sarah Gough – Modern, alternative and laced with jazziness

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Sunny Sunday - 31st May

Jun
01
2009

Very hot sunny weather brought many visitors to Woody Bay today despite the lure of the beach! Maybe they were already suffering sunburn!

Nigel Thompson was there as a visitor for a change, and took these pictures.


Problems with AXE's steam air pump has seen a temporary return to using the air truck tender wagon on which a battery operating compressor provides enough air for the train's braking. 

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Peter Cannon Memorial Train

May
31
2009

The memorial train for much-missed volunteer Peter Cannon, who died last September on the eve of the Autumn Gala, preparing to return from Killington Lane on the beautiful summer's evening of Saturday 30 May.

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