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Very Good. 128 p. British Railways Past and Present Companion. . C260 colour/black & white. The 'Golden Valley Line'-is so called due to the descent from the summit of the line at Sapperton Tunnel to Gloucester being cut through a yellow/golden limestone ridge-between Swindon, on the Great Western main line and Standish Junction, on the Birmingham-Bristol main line.
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