18 May 2013

Event: West Somerset

 

THE PLYMOUTH CITY TRANSPORT PRESERVATION GROUP, IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE PLYM VALLEY RAILWAY ARE ATTENDING THE WEST SOMERSET RAILWAY, MIXED TRACTION GALA ON SAT 8TH JUNE 2013

DEPARTING PLYMOUTH AT 0750 TO ARRIVE  AT BISHOPS LYDEARD 0920 IN TIME TO SEE THE DUNSTER EXPRESS PASS THROUGH AT 0945

DEPARTING AT 1920 FOR A DIRECT RUN BACK TO PLYMOUTH EST RETURN COYPOOL 2050

TICKETS AT WSR COST - ADULT £24

FOR MEMBERS / GUESTS OF PCT PG / PVR THE COST OF RETURN TRAVEL TO BISHOPS LYDEARD AND A ROVER TICKET FOR THE EVENT WILL COST ADULTS £22

PICK UP FISH AND CHIPS AT MINEHEAD OR WATCHETT, RIDE THE CLASSIC DIESELS AND STEAM TRAINS DURING THE DAY AND SUPPORT YOUR TWO LOCAL PRESERVATION GROUPS - DO YOU NEED ANY OTHER REASON TO JOIN?

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT OUR EVENTS SECRETARY BY EMAIL

EVENTS@PLYMOUTHCITYTRANSPORT.CO.UK

SEATS FILLING QUICKLY FOR THIS EXCELLENT FAMILY AND ENTHUSIAST EVENT

 

August 04 Creative Commons licensed flickr photo shared by Phil Edmonds

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