'Princess' heads for Cornwall

September 2007
Railways Illustrated;Sep2007, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p64
The article reports on the railroad travel of the train LMS 6201 Princess Elizabeth going to Cornwall in England on September 22, 2007. The train will start to travel from Taunton to Penzance running along the coast of Dawlish and over the South Devon banks. It is speculated that the following weekend, the train will go back its trip from Penzance to Taunton before diesel traction takes over the final section of Gloucester.


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