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« on: June 09, 2018, 05:06:34 pm »

I enjoy walking along the seawall between Teignmouth and Parsons Tunnel and taking photos of passing trains along the way.

By chance I found a new vantage point near the coastwatch station (and it doesn't involve scrabbling up a grass bank).  Sadly the weather was a bit misty but nice to get a different view.



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« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2018, 06:37:39 pm »

I enjoy walking along the seawall between Teignmouth and Parsons Tunnel and taking photos of passing trains along the way.

By chance I found a new vantage point near the coastwatch station (and it doesn't involve scrabbling up a grass bank). 

For the information of our readers, I can confirm that my colleague bobm is indeed rather 'disinclined' to do any scrabbling up a grass bank.  Wink Cheesy Grin

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