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GWR_Departure_steam_locomotive_from_Toddington_station_(101).mp3
Western Region of British railway - steam locomotiveGWR departure steam locomotive from Toddington station

Toddington railway station serves the village of Toddington in Gloucestershire, England. Since 1984 it has been the main base of operations for the heritage Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway. The station is located on the Honeybourne Line which
linked Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon and which was opened by the Great Western Railway in 1906. The station was a centre of fruit and milk traffic, but receipts dwindled after a railwaymens' strike in 1954.
The station closed to passengers in 1960, although the line itself remained open for freight and diversionary use until 1976; the track was lifted in 1979-80.
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NRM_60163_sifflerletrain_(101).mp3
Peppercorn class A1 Pacific steam locomotiveThe Sifle of the A1 Steam Locomotive Trust

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NRM_60163_York_(101).mp3
Steamsounds in East Coast Pacifics in YorkSifle of steamlocomotive:

60163 at York passing the NRM, engine and coach. 28th February 2009

Recording © M. Cawthorn 2009

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