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Found it Amy and Adam's Dad found "Meridian" Markers (Locked)

Thursday, February 26, 2004

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N 50° 59.742 W 000° 00.079

An excellent trip on The Bluebell Railway on the “Golden Arrow” train with an excellent three-course meal in the Pullman car (all at someone else’s expense!). As we pulled into the station at Sheffield Park, we stopped right by this Greenwich Meridian marker, what luck; I would never have spotted it if we had stopped further down.

Attracted a few strange looks, but who cares!
(It's not the first time and I am sure it won't be the last)

Thanks for the fun.

The platform meridian marker

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The Golden Arrow passes The Meridian log image The Golden Arrow passes The Meridian

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