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The first railway line to reach Somerset came from Bristol and was part of the Bristol and Exeter Railway's main line through the West Country. In this excellently written and well researched book, author Stan Yorke tells the story of the now lost lines - the reason for their construction and for their closure.
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The first railway line to reach Somerset came from Bristol and was part of the Bristol and Exeter Railway Company's main line through the West Country. This book traces the history of the county's railway lines including the West Somerset Mineral Railway and the Limpley Stoke - Hallatrow lines.Synopsis:
The first railway line to reach Somerset came from Bristol and was part of the Bristol and Exeter Railway Company's main line through the West Country. Somerset's railway heyday stretched into the 1950s when holiday-makers would come from London, the Midlands and North of England to enjoy the county's seaside resorts. During the 1960's many lines were closed, but today you can savour the experience of steam locomotion on the Taunton to Minehead line preserved by the West Somerset Railway Company.
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