St Leonards Tunnel

A look southeast into the tunnel at St Leonards. Originally horses were used for haulage and would have clopped along here even when steam was becoming commonplace. This supposedly led to the nickname 'The Innocent Railway' but, like all such names, you have to wonder just who, if anybody, called it that. See image 17619

Location: St Leonards Tunnel

Company: Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway

Photographer: David Panton

Contact photographer: David Panton

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Date: 30/10/2010

Image number: 31377

Tags: Tunnel
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