eaw002943 ENGLAND (1946). The Newark Works and the River Avon, Bath, from the west, 1946

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Title [EAW002943] The Newark Works and the River Avon, Bath, from the west, 1946
Reference EAW002943
Date 2-October-1946
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Place name BATH
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 374420, 164517
Longitude / Latitude -2.3675806584145, 51.37863028161
National Grid Reference ST744645

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Great Western-type signalbox

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This being part of the Great Western Railway, it is to be expected.

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