The History and Description of the Great Western Railway
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Full title: The History and Description of the Great Western Railway: including its geology, and the antiquities of the district through which it passes; accompanied by a plan and section of the railway, a geological map, and by numerous views of its principal viaducts, bridges, tunnels, stations, and of the scenery and antiquities in its vicinity... Published by David Bogue, London. Page number(s) as given: not included in pagination. Selection includes Bridge over the Uxbridge Road, Pangbourn Station, Engine House Swindon and Bath Station.