The Forest of Dean Railways and Tramways

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    The Bream Heritage Walk, the Oakwood Tramway and The Flour Mill Ltd

    The Forest of Dean continues to be one of my favourites places. In 2020 we, once again, stayed there in the first week of September.

    This post returns to two earlier themes from the Forest.

    http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/09/0...k-the-oakwood-tramway-and-flour-mill-colliery

    On 1st September 2020 we followed a sign-posted circular walk which started in the centre of the village of Bream on the Southwest side of the Forest. The route was planned with the support of the Big Lottery Heritage Fund and featured a series of different heritage locations around the village. ............. The walk took us first along the route of the China Bottom Branch of the Oakwood Tramway which was covered in an earlier post about the tramways in the Forest (http://rogerfarnworth.com/2017/10/02/oakwood-and-dikes-tramways).
     
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    Darkhill Ironworks, Titanic Steelworks and associated railways and tramways. .....

    http://rogerfarnworth.com/2020/09/12/the-forest-of-dean-milkwall-tramway-at-dark-hill

     

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