Wednesday, November 15, 2017

When the Light Railway got a little motor driven car it quickly had a name tacked on to it by the local population. They called it the 'Flying Match Box' small and light the vehicle soon earned its nickname. Ideal for midday traffic but when it got a bit worn male passengers had to get out and walk up the slop at East Clevedon where the land rose through the valley. the alternative was to be left behind. This was generally accepted as one of the  things to be added to the 'did you know' legends that were growing about the W,C, & P.R,


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