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Saturday, 14 November 2015

The 2015 Challenge, day 14: Becoming a Leg End (17)

Beyond the old A92, the road dropped down to a bridge under the railway line. This is the old North British Railway route, and is the route that is still in use. During the Races to the North of 1895, the East Coast trains would have come thundering across this bridge; and a little later, on days when the finish was close, the passengers and crew of the North British train would be able to see the Caledonian train across Montrose basin.

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