Railways . Sir W. Hamo Thornycroft, R. A. (1850-1925). Granite. Institute for Chartered Accountants...Victorian etching of granite pier carrying railway bridge to Glasgow Central This view from...FlickrA fragment of the granite rail. The incised flange can be easily seen.An Atmospheric train at Kingstown. From Illustrated London News, 1844 The line was worked by the...Fragments of the granite junction at East quarry - SX 753768.The remains of the tramway near East quarry.viewThe tramway track going through the heather over Heytor Down.1890s Trolley at Granite Gate on the Mount Lowe Railway Alpine DivisionThe tramway where it is cut off at SX 769775 by the Haytor - Manaton road.North Attleboro Railroad Station, NY NH & H RailroadThe south easterly view from Hey Tor. The well used carpark lies down below. Beyond the cloud lies...The western dome of Hey Tor.A view of the tramway from the Manaton road. All | Little | Shorter | Standard | Longer | Tors |...A boundary stone with one of the bosses of Hey Tor behind.A bridge that carries the tramway for Heytor ponds - SX 762778.Another view of the tramway bridge with the twin bosses of Hey Tor on the skyline.The New Quay at Teignmouth in 1827 with a large crane and blocks of cut granite ready for...The track branches off towards the quarry.The eastern dome of Hey Tor. This distinctive tor is regularly used by climbers. It can be seen from...And another view. Note the climbers.The inner side of the western dome of Hey Tor.Pacific Electric Trolley at Granite Gate on the Mount Lowe Railway Alpine DivisionThe junction (SX 753775) from which a siding leads towards Rubble Heap.Granite Gate Elevation is 4800 Feet on the Mount Lowe Railway Alpine DivisionThe junction (SX 757778) where the siding descends to Holwell quarry. The hole in the granite housed...Returning Back Through Granite Gate Formerly Known as the Devil's Gateway INDEX PAGE BEFORE THE WAR...The steep incline that goes down to Holwell quarry. Horses would have worked hard to drag granite...The tramway enters the big quarry of Heytor ponds.