Titley Junction…

…is the home of one of our newest preserved railways – a good ¾ mile of standard gauge in deepest rural Herefordshire. It’s a strictly private setup – but today was an open day, largely, I think, to satisfy the curiosity of the Kington locals, if overheard conversations are anything to go by. I spotted it on the internet, on Kington Tourist Centre’s “What’s On in Kington” page, and decided a visit was called for. We had a pleasant ride down the line – and one cannot see Percy’s face from the train…
A “Rail Diaries” entry will follow in due course.

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