The Branch Lines of Gloucestershire

A lavishly illustrated title from acknowledged railway expert Colin G. Maggs, presenting the story of Gloucestershire's branch lines.

Author: Colin G. Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 144562561X

Category: Transportation

Page: 176

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A lavishly illustrated title from acknowledged railway expert Colin G. Maggs, presenting the story of Gloucestershire’s branch lines.

The Last Days of Steam in Gloucestershire

A wonderful second selection of photographs, looking at the last steam locomotives to run on Gloucestershire's railways.

Author: Ben Ashworth

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445625148

Category: Transportation

Page: 192

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A wonderful second selection of photographs, looking at the last steam locomotives to run on Gloucestershire’s railways.

The Branch Lines of Somerset

KelstontoBathwas the Somerset section of the Mangotsfield to Bath branch,
whose Gloucestershire section was described in The Branch Lines of
Gloucestershire by Colin G. Maggs, published by Amberley, 2011. The
doubletracked branch ...

Author: Colin G. Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445625644

Category: Transportation

Page: 192

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A lavishly illustrated title from acknowledged railway expert Colin G. Maggs, presenting the story of Somerset’s branch lines.

Railway Practice

It is 9 miles on the London side of Gloucester by the road , Cheltenham would but
it would be 14 miles further off by the railway , independent of being upon a
branch off , and Gloucester line , although Gloucester would be brought 9 miles ...

Author: Samuel C. Brees

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The Branch Lines Of Berkshire

To try and redress the balance, the townsfolk pressed for a railway to restore their
trade, the necessary Act of Parliament to ... The East Gloucestershire Railway
approached the FaringdonCompany witha scheme foraline from Cheltenham to ...

Author: Colin G. Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445625571

Category: Transportation

Page: 192

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A lavishly illustrated title from acknowledged railway expert Colin G. Maggs, presenting the story of Berkshire’s branch lines.

The Parliamentary Gazetteer of England and Wales

The Great Western railway on Cheltenham and Gloucester railway , near the
termic leaving Bristol , only skirts Gloucestershire , running nus at Gloucester ,
with a branch from the new line through the counties of SOMERSET , WILTS ,
BERKS ...

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Great Western Branch Line Termini Fairford Lambourn Tetbury Wallingford Watlington

Date of Opening East Gloucestershire Railway 15th January, 1873 1st July, 1890
18th June, 1962 Yarnton to Witney remaining ... The proposed East
Gloucestershire Railway was an ambitious scheme to construct a line from
Cheltenham to ...

Author: Paul Karau

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Category: Railroad terminals

Page: 124

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The Witney Fairford Branch Through Time

This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Witney & Fairford Branch has changed and developed over the last century.

Author: Stanley C. Jenkins

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 1445616688

Category: Transportation

Page: 96

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This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Witney & Fairford Branch has changed and developed over the last century.

Railway Times

The branch line between Kemble and Tetbury was opened for traffic on
December 2nd last . ... a ) An agreement with the East Gloucestershire Railway
Company for the acquisition of their undertaking by this company , in
consideration of the ...

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The Railway News

Some of their requirements we had shall have tu substitute broad gauge stock by
narrow gauge . anticipated , and some we could not accept , but they took our
The branch line between Kemble and Tetbury has been comprospects , on the ...

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The Bristol and Gloucester Railway and Avon and Gloucestershire Railway

left the main line at Coaley , was opened on 18 September 1856 , and the
Stonehouse to Nailsworth branch on 1 February 1867 . From Dudbridge on this
latter line , a branch was opened to Stroud on 16 November 1885 . On 4 August
1869 a ...

Author: Colin Gordon Maggs

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Category: Avon and Gloucestershire Railway

Page: 66

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Post office directory of Gloucestershire with Bath Bristol Herefordshire and Shropshire afterw The Post office directory of Shropshire Herefordshire and Gloucestershire with the city of Bristol afterw Kelly s directory of the city of Bristol Gloucestershire Shropshire and Herefordshire 1st 5th ed

A branch of the Midland railway passes by invasion . In the Middle Ages iron was
wrought , and gold Birmingham , Worcester , Cheltenham , and Gloucester , to
was reputed to be found . It is now a seat of the iron Bristol , with a branch line ...

Author: Kelly's directories, ltd

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A Handbook for Travellers in Gloucestershire Worcestershire and Herefordshire

... obliged to alight at this station , and excavated in and around its circuit . to
cross the rly . unprotected from Cirencester is “ a respectable country the weather
in order to reach the town in good condition , rather incarriages on the branch
line of ...

Author: John Murray (Firm)

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Category: Gloucestershire (England)

Page: 409

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Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Commissioners March 1865 to May 1866

Bristol North Somerset Railway . Basingstoke London and South - western
Railway . Midland . ( The line between Bristol and Dorchester - Ditto ditto .
Gloucester is on the mixed gauge , but is || London and Brighton Railway : West
London ...

Author: Great Britain. Royal Commission on Railways

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Category: Railroads

Page: 889

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A Handbook for Travellers in Gloucestershire Worcestershire and Herefordshire With map and plans

... counties of Glou- insertions . cester and Wilts , in which the latter Passengers
for Cirencester alight were victorious . Spear - heads and iron at this platform and
take their seats bits have been dug up on the field in carriages on a branch line .

Author: John Murray (Firm)

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Page: 183

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A Descriptive Catalogue of the Printed Maps of Gloucestershire 1577 1911

Author: Thomas Chubb

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Category: Gloucestershire (England)

Page: 238

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Bradshaw s Railway Manual Shareholders Guide and Official Directory

New lines from the Swansea Branch to the Swansea Vale ( 2 ) miles ) ; new
capital , 100,0001 .; loans , 33,0001 . 1873–7TH ... West Cornwall to St. Ives
Branch ( 41 miles ) . Joint rent ... Exchange of stock with Hereford and Gloucester
Canal .

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The History of the Midland Railway

As the railway between Cheltenham and Gloucester was intended to be used by
both the Cheltenham and Great ... half of the line between Cheltenham ,
Lansdown Junction , and Churchdown , and to appoint the Birmingham and
Gloucester ...

Author: Clement Edwin Stretton

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Category: Midland Railway

Page: 358

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Bradshaw s railway almanack directory shareholders guide and manual

Severn and Wye Original Line ( Tramway ) opened in 1813 ; new lines (
locomotive ) opened in 1872 , 1874 , and 1875 ; Severn Bridge Railway opened
October 17th , 1879 . TRANSFER DEPARTMENT . - Ordinary form of transfer ;
shares ...

Author: George Bradshaw

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The English Cyclopaedia

The Bristol and Birmingham line picturesque ; and it abounds with apple
orchards , the cider Diade from of the Midland railway traverses the county in a
northern direction which is in considerable repute . from Bristol , past Gloucester
to Bredon ...

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