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Great Western Railway Auto Trailers: Post-grouping and Absorbed Vehicles Pt. 2 ebook

by John Lewis


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Great Western Railway Auto Trailers: Post-Grouping and Absorbed Vehicles (Part 2). Wild Swan Publications Ltd. ISBN 1-874103-25-9. Great Western Steam Railmotors: and their services. ISBN 1-874103-96-8. GW Autocoach 163 - History and Specifications".

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It manages 197 stations and its trains call at over 270. GWR operates long-distance inter-city services along the Great Western Main Line to and from the West of England and South Wales, inter-city services from London to the West Country via the Reading–Taunton line and the Night Riviera sleeper service between London and Penzance

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The fleet of Great Western Railway wagons was both large and varied as it carried the wide variety of goods traffic on the Great Western Railway (GWR) in the United Kingdom.

The London and South Western Railway had successfully operated a railmotor . Most rail motors were converted into driving trailers for push-and-pull trains (sometimes referred to as autocoaches) serving . .

The vehicles could be driven from either end, so time was not lost in running round at terminals. Most rail motors were converted into driving trailers for push-and-pull trains (sometimes referred to as autocoaches) serving a separate steam locomotive, and the original power units were scrapped.

Great Western Railway Auto Trailers: Post-grouping and Absorbed Vehicles Pt. 2 ebook
Author:
John Lewis
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Transportation
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Wild Swan Publications Ltd; 1st edition (October 31, 1995)
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