|Starting as a local branch to Witney and being extended as part of a proposed main line, the line settled down to serving the community in the quiet and efficient way that so many rural GWR routes did for several generations. The route developed a particular importance in World War II, but was always important to local agriculture and industry.
The stations on this Great Western Railway line were;-
Kelmscott & Langford Plastform
By Vic Mitchell, Keith Smith & Richard Lingard
Hardback. 172x240mm. 96 pages
100 black & white photographs