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Tolgarrick railway bridge, Truro, Cornwall. 1920s Featured Truro Image

Tolgarrick railway bridge, Truro, Cornwall. 1920s

Tolgarrick Bridge carried the branch line over the Falmouth Road to Newham goods yard alongside the river Fal. However, the railway was originally the West Cornwall Railway (WCR) line between Truro and Penzance. Truro station terminus being located at Newham for a few years, before the WCR was absorbed into the Great Western Railway (GWR) with their construction of the line from Plymouth to Truro which linked up with the WCR. This made the station terminus at Newham obsolete, but continued to function as a goods yard adjacent to Truro harbour. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

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