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BusesThe area surrounding Newbury saw a revolution in road transport over the years between the early 1900's and then 1930's, leading to the formation of Newbury & district Motor services Ltd. in 1932. This story not only follows the origins and development of “N&D”, but looks more deeply into the ...
Keywords: newbury, newbury, newbury, berkshire, hampshire, wiltshire, oxfordshire, paul, lacey, percy, andrews, denham, durnford
RailwaysThere have been numerous changes in motive power, rolling stock and signalling on this route. Many stations have been demolished and others have been closed and erased. All are shown in the past and in more recent times in an absorbing album. From the series Western Main Lines
Keywords: newbury, westbury, marlborough, bedwyn, burbage, edington, bratton, enborne, hungerford, kintbury, lavington, manningford, marlborough, newbury, patney, chirton, pewsey, savernake, westbury, woodborough, wooton, wiltshire
RailwaysThe rich deposits of ball clay in north Devon have been known for many centuries but were too out of the way to be exploited until the coming of the railway age. In 1881 the owner of the Marland clay works had a private railway built, of three foot gauge, to reach the main line system. Remarkably, ...
Keywords: devon, clay, ball, clay, devon, marland, clay, timber, devon, torrington, marland, devon, cornwall, torrington, halwill, agriculture, ball, clay, marland, meeth, clay, marland, devon, clay, torrington, marland, barraclough, marland, devon, cornwall, meeth, meeth, torrington, marland, torrington, marland, marland, meeth
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