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Highbridge Station, Somerset, 1928

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Highbridge Station, Somerset, 1928

A view of Highbridge station in Somerset, taken in 1928. The milk churns in this photograph are empty, having just been dropped off by a departed train.
Highbridge station opened in June 1841 and is now known as Highbridge and Burnham

Media ID 536388

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Churn Goods Milk Somerset Staff Station


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