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Image:NarrowaysHill40.jpg|Piles of steel sleepers await installation on the [[Severn Beach]] branch.  
 
Image:NarrowaysHill40.jpg|Piles of steel sleepers await installation on the [[Severn Beach]] branch.  
 
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== 2014 ==
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14.4.14
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A couple of photos showing the now caged bridges.
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== Videos ==
 
== Videos ==
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFh15wA0Uf8 Severn Beach Train at Narroways Hill]
 
*[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFh15wA0Uf8 Severn Beach Train at Narroways Hill]

Revision as of 20:28, 15 April 2018

<googlemap lat="51.466521" lon="-2.573118"> 51.472937, -2.573955, Narroways Hill 51.473805, -2.573547, Site of footbridge across Midland Railway line. 51.473498, -2.574513, Midland Railway bridge. (site of) 51.47172, -2.572346, Narroways Junction </googlemap>

To Bristol: Glenfrome Road
To Wales, The North or London: Boiling Wells Lane
To Kingswood Junction: Glenfrome Road
To Avonmouth: Mina Road

History

Narroways Hill got it's name from the nearby Narroways Road which used to be nothing more than a small footpath between St Werburghs Church and Mina Road. For many years the lane was known as Cut-Throat Lane after a particularly gruesome murder that took place there.

1960s

1970s

1990s

2005

Junction Renewal Work 5th-7th May 2007

5.5.07

6.5.07

7.5.07

A BIG heartfelt thank you to Julien Weston and Ian Skinner (from this websites forum) for answering my plea for help in recording this event. Fantastic works lads! :)

2009

19.10.09

2014

14.4.14

A couple of photos showing the now caged bridges.

Videos