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The old south lighthouse railway on Lundy Island

The remains of the track to the North Lighthouse. This is one of a few railways that were maintained by Trinity House -the light House owners of England & Wales.It was used to ferry stores from a small jetty cut into the cliffs about 400 yards away. One of about four different railways on Lundy. This one is known as the North Light Railway - in 2001 a small number of islanders did try to restore it but it is not known if anything happened.

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Taken20 August 1986
CameraCanon EOS 300
Lenscannon 18mm to 55mm

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