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On This Day in History - 1835: The Great Western Railway is created by an Act of Parliament
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15th September 1870
Accident Returns: Extract for Accident at Tamworth on 14th September 1870
Accident Returns: Extract for the Accident at Bo'ness Junction on 27th January 1874
2nd September 1875
Accident Returns: Extract for Accident at Kildwick on 28th August 1875
30th August 1889
Regulation of Railways Act
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