Codrington siding

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Richard Wadley
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Codrington siding

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Hi there.
Can anyone tell me the origin of the name CODRINGTON siding or station, which is located on the Pretoria-Polokwane line, between Pienaarsrivier and Bela-Bela? Another siding, RADIUM, is situated a mere 5km to the south of Codrington. The names and purposes of both are an enigma.
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Richard Wadley
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Re: Codrington siding

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Thanks, Richard. Just to let you know I've forwarded this link by e-mail to a few people who might know the answer, but no response yet.

I've fired steam trains through those sidings, but I'm afraid I don't know the answer to your query.
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Re: Codrington siding

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Hi John,
Many thanks! I hope someone has an idea.
Warm regards,
Richard
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