An Historical Survey of Selected Great Western Stations Volume Four: Layouts and Illustrations
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This is a paperback reprint of a title first published by Oxford Publishing Co in 1985. The previous three volumes are all out of print.
The fourth volume of this popular series includes a further 60 stations ranging in size from the very large (Birmingham [Snow Hill], Exeter [St David's]) to the very small (Cwm Prysor, Rosebush).
All are fully described and illustrated, with accompanying track layout plan and in most cases signalling plans also.
The whole of the GWR system is covered, to give an interesting mix of Great Western stations.
The stations covered are:
Adlestrop, Ashperton, Bala, Banbury, Bath, Birmingham (Moor Street), Birmingham (Snow Hill), Bridgend, Church Stretton, Corwen, Cwm Prysor, Droitwich Spa, Ealing Broadway, Evesham, Exeter (St David's), Exeter (St Thomas), Goodrington Sands Halt, Great Malvern, Handsworth & Smethwick, Hanwell, Hartlebury, Henwick, Honeybourne, Kidlington, Landore (Low Level), Leamington Spa, Llangollen, Llanuwchllyn, Magor, Malvern Wells, Martock, Narberth, Newent, Penygraig, Peterston, Plymouth (Milbay), Porthcawl, Rosebush, St Blazey, Sampford Peverell Halt, Sarnau, South Molton, Stoke Edith, Stourbridge Junction, Stourbridge Town, Taplow, Tintern, Tiverton, Trawscoed, Trawsfynydd, Tyseley, Wargrave, West Drayton, West Ealing, Weymouth, Windsor & Eton, Withington (Herefordshire), Worcester (Foregate Street), Worcester (Shrub Hill), Yeovil (Pen Mill)