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51.516595, -2.566102, Filton Tip
 
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'''To Avonmouth''': [[Filton West Junctions]]<br>
 
'''To Avonmouth''': [[Filton West Junctions]]<br>
 
'''To South Wales''': [[Patchway Junction]]<br>
 
'''To South Wales''': [[Patchway Junction]]<br>
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Image:Filton Tip2.jpg|[[158829]]. ''&copy; [[:Category:Andy Spencer|Andy Spencer]]''
 
Image:Filton Tip2.jpg|[[158829]]. ''&copy; [[:Category:Andy Spencer|Andy Spencer]]''
 
Image:Filton Tip3.jpg|An unidentified 158 heads across the crossing with a service for South Wales. ''&copy; [[:Category:Andy Spencer|Andy Spencer]]''
 
Image:Filton Tip3.jpg|An unidentified 158 heads across the crossing with a service for South Wales. ''&copy; [[:Category:Andy Spencer|Andy Spencer]]''
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== 2018 ==
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A couple of images taken on 14.5.18.
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Image:Filtontip4.jpg|
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[[Category:Level Crossings]]
 
[[Category:Level Crossings]]
 
[[Category:Andy Spencer]]
 
[[Category:Andy Spencer]]

Latest revision as of 12:35, 15 June 2018

To Avonmouth: Filton West Junctions
To South Wales: Patchway Junction

History

This section of line is known as the Patchway Curve. It came into use on 22nd February 1971, although it has been marked on maps since the 1920s.

Gallery

2018

A couple of images taken on 14.5.18.