21 April 2011

St Budeaux abridged

Further to the post a few days ago with the wonderful photos of the old railway bridge at St Budeaux I was asked to pinpoint exactly where this was. The image below comes from Google Earth (a view taken in 2007. The yellow pin on the left shows roughly where the bridge show was. I have also added a thin white line with the rough line of the railway as it was. The yellow pin to the right shows the railway bridge that still exists carrying the road across the old railway cutting. StBudeaux Click the image for a larger view on my Flickr page or click here to go straight to Google Maps to explore yourself or start with the street view below:

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