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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by Summer Dreamer » 23 Jun 2015, 18:19

Drivers need to be careful and obey the lights, or else there could be tragic consequences as in this terrible incident...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/kent/3307505.stm
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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by PaulinLondon » 23 Jun 2015, 18:44

Glyndyfrdwy Signal Box with the level crossing gates closed behind the train which has stopped in the Down platform. :grin:

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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by Ravenette » 23 Jun 2015, 18:54

Where's the Train Spotting thread...?
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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by Damian » 23 Jun 2015, 19:43

Paul, are you a bit of a train spotter?

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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by Bag Lady » 24 Jun 2015, 21:14

Lovely juxtaposition of a train each way simultaneously crossing the level crossing, viewed from the bridge.
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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by black on tracks » 12 Jul 2015, 17:31

As a train driver with freightliner i like all level crossings i go through without stopping

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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by PaulinLondon » 12 Jul 2015, 18:07

black on tracks wrote:As a train driver with freightliner i like all level crossings i go through without stopping
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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by dead ringer » 12 Jul 2015, 21:34

ravenlunatic wrote:For anyone with a passing interest in disused railways and what things used to be like years ago, then this site makes fascinating reading: http://www.disused-stations.org.uk/
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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by Hammersmith1982 » 12 Jul 2015, 23:39

I've got to say that my favourite has to be a disused railway lines with the old track still in place but weeds growing over it :oops: :grin: :grin: :grin:

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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by Hammersmith1982 » 12 Jul 2015, 23:41

Disused railway in Scotland :) :)
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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by PaulinLondon » 25 Jul 2015, 22:08

Excellent footage and a fine effort.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SKEQwwMJu-k
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Re: Level Crossings.

Post by PaulinLondon » 19 Jan 2016, 22:45

The railway crossing at Minffordd.

Rather fine quality footage. My only point is that the signal noise must surely annoy the residents close to the railway line.

Good HD footage. Enjoy.

https://youtu.be/Y1TlT1sbM8E
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