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FROM THE RAILWAY MAGAZINE ARCHIVES

100 YEARS AGO SEPTEMBER 1920

Lamps requisitioned

URING the recent gasworkers'strike at Bristol, the Great Western Railway had to requisition oil lamps from rural stations to assist in the lighting ofTemple Meads. As these bore the names

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