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About Alec

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Lived in Saltash, Cornwall 1953-1972 and explored E Cornwall/W Devon industrial archaeology while the area was comparatively unknown. Made two trips through Tavistock Canal Tunnel in CEGB ownership while closed for maintenance- father CEGB transmission engineer. Completed and published, with others, (2013) original research on the last and lost years of the Liskeard and Caradon Railway under GWR ownership and more recently a review of the 1910 GWR Survey of its Caradon Branch and an account of the construction of Runnalls'' siding in 1907 to the Prince of Wales Engine House site (both 2017).

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Location Pershore, Worcestershire Avatar of Alec

Occupation Retired NHS Public Health professional
Joined 28/10/2008
Posts 74 [View Posts]

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Tavistock Canal Tunnel
Safety LED Miners Caplamps Moore Books: Specialist Books I.A. Recordings: Mining and Industrial History DVDs Starless River - Caving Store Explore a Disused Welsh Slate Mine
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