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For a long time just rustic byways, the lines of the area increased in importance and steam gave way to Underground trains. However, the outpost beyond Epping lasted longer and preservation began at Ongar. The dramatic changes are shown in full detail. The single line routes were once busy with local passengers and holidaymakers, together with much stone and agricultural traffic.
They will be best remembered as peaceful byways in their declining years, their rustic stations and ageing rolling stock being affectionately recorded in this volume. Branch Line is now open seven days a week for dinner on our patio as well as takeout and delivery. We are also open for Friday lunch and weekend brunch.
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The late s and early 60s may well be considered the climax of British Railways’s steam operation. Pre-grouping locomotives were still at work alongside modern BR standard types; freight traffic of all varieties was still widespread, while branch lines, both rural and urban, were still plentiful in those days before the fateful Beeching closures.
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Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith. Two of the three Somerset byways featured in this volume are now just fading memories to some or a mystery to others.
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Railway Magazine | Forgotten Branch Lines and Byways This supplement scratches the surface of the pictorial archive of The Railway Magazine, remembering what has been lost from the railway network.
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This layout is. *Disclosure: Some of the links above are affiliate links, meaning, at no additional cost to you, Fandom will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. When the branch line to Franschhoek was completed in the fertile valley began to reach its full potential. The newly proclaimed town of Franschhoek (its station was called "French Hoek" by the CGR!) came into its own, served by two trains each way every day to the main-line junction at Paarl.
BR Gloucestershire Byways (mins Jim Clemens Collection No The railways around Gloucestershire consisted of main and branch lines and most are covered in this video film.
The main GWR line ran down the Stroud Valley to CHELTENHAM and via GLOUCESTER to South Wales. The Midland line ran a line north to south via Cheltenham to BRISTOL.
Both saw heavy traffic in the days. The Coley branch line (ELR:COY), also known as the Coley goods branch, was a single-track branch railway running 1 mile 61 chains ( km) from the Reading to Basingstoke line at Coley Branch Junction to Reading Central goods depot. Susan Orlean’s seventh book, a passionate paean to libraries, is going to make a lot of librarians and book lovers extremely happy.
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