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Looking south from Dornock on 3 August showing preparatory work in connection with the redoubling of the line as a coal train heads towards Gretna.
John Furnevel [3/08/2007]


Outside the Devil^s Porridge museum in Eastriggs are two railway exhibits. The camouflage painted standard gauge 0-6-0 fireless locomotive is very visible from the road [See image 48483] but this narrow gauge wagon on the other side of the building might be overlooked. As the Longtown-Gretna-Eastriggs complex was nine miles long with a fleet of over forty locomotives there must have been hundreds of railway wagons in use there at the height of munitions production.
Mark Bartlett [31/01/2016]


View north over the munitions sidings at Eastriggs towards the Annan-Gretna line on 3 August 2007 showing some of the plant and equipment deployed around the junction in connection with the redoubling of the main line.
John Furnevel [3/08/2007]
All photographs of Eastriggs
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