Callington Branch (Plymouth, Devonport and South Western Junction Railway)





Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

FGW Sprinter 150131 waits alongside Bere Alston station building on a Gunnislake to Plymouth service. Behind, while the driver walks to the other end ...
Mark Bartlett 29/07/2015
A DMU on the Plymouth - Gunnislake route stands at Bere Alston station in June 1991. The trackbed of the former line to Okehampton and beyond turns ...
Ian Dinmore /06/1991
The guard of the 1054 from Plymouth changes the points at Bere Alston allowing the Sprinter to reverse and continue to Calstock and Gunnislake. This ...
Mark Bartlett 29/07/2015
The platform at Bere Alston where the Gunnislake branch trains reverse. Left for Gunnislake and right for Plymouth. The now closed route to Okehampton ...
Ewan Crawford //

A view of Calstock and the River Tamar, still tidal at this point, viewed from Sprinter 150216 crossing the viaduct. This view looking north, upstream ...
David Prescott 01/06/2018
Calstock viaduct, striding across the River Tamar, which is 120' below and still tidal at this point. The viaduct is Grade II listed and a Transport ...
Mark Bartlett 29/07/2015
View towards Calstock Viaduct in the Spring of 2011. The 850' long 12-arch viaduct, completed in 1908, carries trains on the Gunnislake branch between ...
Ian Dinmore 19/04/2011
A 2-car DMU bound for Gunnislake crosses the Tamar on Calstock Viaduct in January 1990. The viaduct, built in 1908, carries the railway 120 feet above ...
Ian Dinmore 15/01/1990

FGW Sprinter 150131 is about to leave Calstock for Gunnislake after dropping off a party of ramblers. The tightly curved platform just accommodated ...
Mark Bartlett 29/07/2015
A Gunnislake service at Calstock, Cornwall, in 1996. ...
Ian Dinmore //1996
Quiet interlude at Calstock station in July 2015. The famous viaduct starts immediately beyond the boarded foot crossing at the east end of the ...
Mark Bartlett 29/07/2015
DMU in Calstock Church cutting on the Gunnislake branch in October 1992. ...
Ian Dinmore /10/1992