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    A Map Of Nearly Every Railway Line And Station In South England And Wales

    Link: The New Adlestrop Railway Atlas - historical UK railway map

    The New Adlestrop Railway Atlas is a historical atlas of Britain's railways, currently in progress. It shows lines and stations currently open, together with those that have closed...
    As a work-in-progress, the map may be full of mistakes - I make no claims to be a railway historian!..
    Presentation: PDF

    Detail from the map:

    Last edited by DaveP; 11th April 2014 at 01:17 PM. Reason: Replace corrupted image.

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    Gosh.

    Llanbradach station is still open even though the town closed 36 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthling View Post
    ...Llanbradach station is still open even though the town closed 36 years ago.
    On the subject of closed stations [sort of?]

    Link: Disused Stations: Sites List!

    By clicking on the OS Grid reference for each station entry you will see a current map showing the station site. This might be in the form of a street map or a general area map. The arrow indicates the exact position of the station. If you see a general area map by clicking on the third 'house' symbol form the left (indicated yellow here) you will see a 1:50,000 OS map, by clicking on the Plus (+) symbol you will see a local street map..
    The design of the site could be better but the information seems to be accurate [for where I live at least]

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    Excellent buffoonery. Have to say more people are into railways than is readily admitted!

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