Two of the three somerset byways featured in this volume are now just fading memories to some or a mystery to others they are all brought back to full life herein with evocative photographs of all the nowvanished stations the impressive yeovil town receiving detailed attention. The chard branch lines were two lines serving the town of chard in somerset england one was a northward branch opened in 1863 from the salisbury to exeter main line and the other opened in 1866 ran south eastwards from the bristol taunton main line. Branch lines around chard and yeovil from taunton durston and castle cary vic mitchell keith smith two of the three somerset byways featured in this volume are now just fading memories to some or a mystery to others. The yeovil taunton line was a railway line in england built by the bristol and exeter railway ber to connect its main line with the market town of yeovil in somerset it opened in 1853 using the broad gauge of 7 ft 1 4 in 2140 mm and was the first railway to serve yeovil. This shopping feature will continue to load items in order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading
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