GWR Princetown Branch - June 06, 1983
Princetown Branch track bed near Burrator
The site King Tor Halt is marked by a concrete base for the waiting shelter. The path leads to the granite quarries.
Looking up the line towards Princetown from King Tor Halt.
Base of the King Tor waiting shelter.
GWR Princetown Branch - May 31, 1989
Swell Tor Siding - did the timbers in the foreground support a ground frame? The track bed leading to the quarry can be seen rising to the left of the Princetown Branch Track Bed.
Buffer stop remains in the headshunt at Swell Tor Siding. The main trackbed of the Princetown Branch can be seen to the left of the photograph.
View towards King Tor Cutting and Princetown. The headshunt of Swell Tor Siding can be seen on the right along with the remains of the buffer stop.
My late father John William Luxton, stands on the bridge near King Tor.
Track bed of the Plymouth and Dartmoor railway near where it meets the Princetown Branch.
Approaching Swell Tor looking down hill towards Yelverton.
King Tor cutting looking towards Princetown.
Remains of a platelayer's hut at King Tor on the Princetown Branch.
King Tor Cutting looking towards Plymouth.
A culvert under the track bed.
John W. Luxton examines a culvert under the track bed of the Princetown Branch near Foggintor.
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