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Plymouth Laira Traction Maintenance Depot TMD aerial photograph

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aerial photograph of Plymouth Laira Traction Maintenance Depot TMD Devon UK. Laira TMD started life as a small engine shed in 1848 when Laira was a temporary terminus for the South Devon Railway.In 1901 the Great Western Railway built a larger engine shed here. The site grew and transitioned to diesel in 1958 and now maintains high speed trains, a number of which can be seen in the photo.

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