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  • Author:
    Michael Oakley
  • ISBN:
    0860632296
  • ISBN13:
    978-0860632290
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    Imprint unknown; First Edition edition (September 1984)
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    44 pages
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Bradford-on-Avon railway station is a railway station on the Wessex Main Line in between Avoncliff and Trowbridge, serving the town of Bradford on Avon (the station name is hyphenated, unlike the name of the town), in Wiltshire, England. The station is 9 miles 35 chains (1. km) south east of Bath Spa. The station was originally conceived by the Wilts, Somerset and Weymouth Railway, but was not built until after the company was purchased by the Great Western Railway in 1850 and did not open until 1857.

paddles68 store Good condition 1984 publication by Avon County Council Railway Stations & Halts A photographic Record In Avon

paddles68 store Good condition 1984 publication by Avon County Council Railway Stations & Halts A photographic Record In Avon. The aim of this booklet is to record the history of 120 or so stations and halts that once served passengers in the area now know as the County of Avon. 44 pages of black and white photo’s.

Oakley's 1983 work Railways in Avon, a short history of their development and decline 1832 – 1982 does not .

Oakley's 1983 work Railways in Avon, a short history of their development and decline 1832 – 1982 does not mention the station being called Nailsea; however, both Butt and Oakley's 2002 book Somerset railway stations make reference to the name change. Sparkford: Patrick Stephens Ltd. p. 20, 166. ISBN 978-1-85260-508-7.

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Track-Bridge Interaction on High-Speed Railways: Selected and revised papers from the Workshop on Track-Bridge Interaction on High-Speed Railways, Porto, Portugal, 15–16 October, 2007. and application of computers to the management, design, manufacture and operations of railways and other passeng. Rail Quality and Maintenance for Modern Railway Operation: International Conference on Rail Quality and Maintenance for Modern Railway Operation Delft June 1992.

The requirement for Avon Lodge Halt was written into the Ringwood, Christchurch and Bournemouth .

The requirement for Avon Lodge Halt was written into the Ringwood, Christchurch and Bournemouth Railway Act 1859 (. cv) which authorised the line. The station was initially an untimetabled private halt, but later was opened to the public and appeared on timetables from 15 January 1863 Decline. Closure of the Ringwood, Christchurch and Bournemouth line was first considered in 1920 due to dwindling passenger numbers.

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