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The Bramley Line Heritage Railway Trust in North Cambridgshire has recently purchased a consignment of 60 foot lengths of bullhead rail, chairs, and fish plates to extend itís siding at Waldersea depot near Wisbech.
Having been advised by one of our members of some old LNER sidings being lifted, enquiries were made to the main contractor involved in the work lifting the track.
The sidings had been out of use for many years, and the contractor was very helpful in allowing us to purchase this rail and accessories ex site, sufficient to complete the siding we are currently working on.
Special transport was arranged through David Watson Transport, from Norfolk, supplying a 55ft extending trailer to move the consignment to our Waldersea depot.
The pictures below show our Waldersea yard manager, Roy Miles, assisting with the delivery by David Watson Transport driver Ian Carter.
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