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Amazing! Wonderful! Love it.
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Thanks for putting that up.Very good indeed. From the map it looks as if the name is more than Grotton though. A bit over grown I'd say
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The countryside is riddled with these disused lines, it’s hard to imagine how vast the rail network must have been.
YouTube is full of videos of people exploring them.
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I enjoyed watching it. As Rog says "there are a lot out there - if you look".
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Thank you, BB
interesting to watch..
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Yes thanks Roger very enjoyable.
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