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The Golden Valley Line Past & Present Swindon to Gloucester

Originally built as the Cheltenham and Great Western Union Railway in the 1840s, the main section of the route swings south-eastwards at Standish Junction, on the north-south Birmingham-Bristol main line; to run through the Golden Valley, via Stroud and Kemble, to a junction with the Great Western main line immediately to the west of Swindon station.

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The Golden Valley Line Past & Present Swindon to Gloucester

The Golden Valley Line Past & Present Swindon to Gloucester

Originally built as the Cheltenham and Great Western Union Railway in the 1840s, the main section of the route swings south-eastwards at Standish Junction, on the north-south Birmingham-Bristol main line; to run through the Golden Valley, via Stroud and Kemble, to a junction with the Great Western main line immediately to the west of Swindon station.

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