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When was the first railway built in Bristol?

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Timeline of railway history ... built the first recorded above ground early railway/wagonway. ... to Bridgewater, via Bristol, a total of 152 miles ...
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The Great Western Railway ... Bristol and Exeter Railway (B&ER), the first section of which ... operators on routes built by the Great Western Railway;
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Bristol Temple Meads railway station is the oldest ... the first passenger railway in Bristol, ... Bristol Panel Signal Box was built on the site of the ...
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Great Western Railway Main Index ... grand stations were built at Bristol ... August 1885 saw the arrival of the first 50 years of the Great Western Railway.
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Bristol Temple Meads railway station is the oldest and ... the first passenger railway in Bristol, ... Bristol Panel Signal Box was built on the site of ...
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The Bristol and North Somerset Railway was ... The engineer was William Clarke and his first ... and a new central Bristol station would be built ...
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