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Default Preston disused railway and tunnels. - 16-07-2014, 20:08

"The Preston and Longridge Railway (P&LR) was a branch line in Lancashire, England. Originally designed to carry quarried stone in horse-drawn wagons, it became part of an ambitious plan to link the Lancashire coast to the heart of Yorkshire. The plan failed, and the line closed to passengers in 1930 and to goods in 1967."
These pics are from two trips. The first being on my tod and the second with my mate Scotty. Taken with dslr and two smartphones. Comments welcome. Planning a further visit from the other side...








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