For those of you unfamiliar with the story; When the railway was being removed in 1956, One night some locals nipped out and purloined the station sign and railway crossing sign. These were stashed up in the hills until the police had stopped looking for them, and one night were re-erected into this sign.
While on my travels I also set out to photograph an interesting old bridge that can bee seen from the main road south out of town.
This appears to be a remnant from the old railway and one I have not seen mentioned anywhere with remains of the railway. It certainly looks like the piers of a railway bridge (the foot bridge on top is an addition, and its right where it should be on the old trackbed.
As a bonus, here's an old house I found on my travels. Worth a crack modeling something like this if you have an open field.
'Chateau Druff had seen better times...'