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TRACK LAYOUT DIAGRAMS, GWR & BR(WR) - 19A - BRISTOL AREA WHICH START WITH 'F'
RailwaysThe Great Western Railway's main line from London to Bristol, opened throughout in 1841, passed by the ancient market town of Faringdon at a distance of 3½ miles to the south. This bypassed town began to go into decline, and planning for a broad gauge railway to connect Faringdon with the GWR main ...
Keywords: faringdon, uffington, bristol, faringdon, faringdon, faringdon, patriotism, improve, milk, winter, vaughan, barrowbush, faringdon, uffington
Buses, Road VehiclesThe 2012 First Bus Handbook is a Part of the bus handbook series which contains the various fleets of First plc. The Bus Handbook series is published by British Bus Publishing an independent publisher of quality books for the industry and bus enthusiasts. Further information on these may be ... From the series Bus Handbooks
Keywords: aberdeen, scotland, glasgow, manchester, yorkshire, yorkshire, berkshire, cymru, hampshire, dorset, somerset, avon, bristol, devon, cornwall, rhein-neckar
RailwaysThis book completes the story of a career with British Railways from 1951 to 1968. Volume Two covers the period from 1958 to 1968. It opens with the author's final months working on the East Coast route out of King's Cross to Newcastle, to give the background behind the entirely unintended decision ... From the series Reminiscences
Keywords: stone, stone, newcastle, shovel, ball-point, upheaval, northeast, suburban, liverpool, adapt, butcher, railwaymen, poacher, gamekeeper, westbury, foster, yeoman, foster, yeoman, railborne, stone, butcher, liverpool, apprentice, yardmaster, peterborough, westbury, bristol
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