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The old Southern main line between Plymouth and London. Looking towards London, this is now the Gunnislake Branch after the tracks were lifted beyond Bere Alston. Also vi sable is the Tamar Bridge. This photograph is taken from one of the Approach Spans on the Royal Albert Bridge itself.

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Sunset over the Tamar Valley with The Royal Albert Bridge glinting in the sun... This photograph is taken from Royal Albert Bridge Signal Box now Network Rail's Plymouth Mobile Operations Managers office.

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A landscape version of the above photograph.

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The Union Inn, this photograph illustrates how the area beneath The Royal Albert Bridge on the Saltash side of the River Tamar has been completely obliterated Careful research will be necessary to piece together what the previous structures looked like.

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The Royal Albert Bridge Signal Box.

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The Royal Albert Bridge Signal Box.

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Taken from track level, the 15mph speed sign is a painful restriction caused by the the curvature of the approach spans. The Union Inn certainly stands out with the huge Union Jack frontage!

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A fantastic sun set over the Tamar Valley.

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