Central Railway

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Swithland Sidings - Preservation
... the former Aylesbury South box which was located at Aylesbury railway station ... So what you now see is what members of the Great Central Railway have painstakingly put back in what is the largest track and signalling project anywhere in ... loops, a complex of sidings for the storage of railway vehicles and the re-instated Mountsorrel Branch ...
South-East-Central Railway Sports Club - SEC Railway SC
... South East Central Railway SC is an Indian institutional football club based in Mumbai, Maharashtra ... South East Central Railway is the merger of three Indian football clubs – South Railway SC, Eastern Railway SC and Central Railway SC ... SEC Railway is known for their extreme talent and skill ...
List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: W-Z - W - Wo
... in station name) Rail company Year closed Wolferton Great Eastern Railway 1969 Wolf's Castle Halt GWR 1964 Wollerton Halt GWR 1963 Wolsingham NER 1953 reopened 2004 Wolvercote Halt London and North ...
Loughborough Central Railway Station
... Loughborough Central Station is a railway station on the Great Central Railway and the Great Central Railway (preserved) serving Loughborough ... are unique on the preserved Great Central Railway ...
List Of Named Passenger Trains Of India - S
... Railroad Train endpoints Sabarmati Express Indian Railway Darbhanga – Ahemedabad Sahyadri Express Indian Railways Mumbai CST–Kolhapur Saraighat Express ...

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