Great Western Railway halt at Farrington Gurney, Somerset, 1936.

Great Western Railway halt at Farrington Gurney, Somerset, 1936.
3 2 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 24cm

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Halts were small stations that were not staffed, and had no signals. They meant that the railway companies could provide stops in villages, without the expense of building a station. Farrington Gurney only had one track and one platform. Passengers had to buy their tickets from a tiny office behind the Miner's Arms public house.

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