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Impermanent Ways Special 2 The Midland South Western Junction

Part 2: From Closure to Abandonment. The Midland & South Western Junction Railway was one of several independent cross-country lines that ran north-south through southern England.

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It diverged from the GWR’s Cheltenham to the Banbury line at Andoversford to pass through the very heart of the Great Western at Swindon, where it had its own station, Swindon Town. From there it went south through Marlborough to reach Andover where it had access to Southampton through an arrangement with the London & South Western Railway.