Honiton: Rare railway sign donated to museum

PUBLISHED: 13:46 22 September 2009 | UPDATED: 00:14 16 June 2010

P1956-38-09AW Honiton train station sign from the old railway bridge which was recently replaced. Enthusiast Terrance Dawe and Site Supervisor Ross Kendell. Inset is the bridge sign which will soon be given to Terrance who plans to donate it to the museum. Pic by Alex Walton

P1956-38-09AW Honiton train station sign from the old railway bridge which was recently replaced. Enthusiast Terrance Dawe and Site Supervisor Ross Kendell. Inset is the bridge sign which will soon be given to Terrance who plans to donate it to the museum. Pic by Alex Walton

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A SIGN denoting Honiton s former railway footbridge, which has been removed now that a new bridge is open, has been donated to Allhallows Museum – thanks to train enthusiast Terrence Dawe.

A SIGN denoting Honiton's former railway footbridge, which has been removed now that a new bridge is open, has been donated to Allhallows Museum - thanks to train enthusiast Terrence Dawe.

The collector's item was saved from going to the highest bidder after railway contractors agreed it should go to the museum.

Mr Dawe is pictured with site supervisor Ross Kendell at Honiton railway station.


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