Railways in Worcestershire

RAILWAYS IN WORCESTERSHIRE
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It is with much sadness that I have to report the death of yet another stalwart member of the WLS.
Ian Cattling has advised that Hereford member, Gordon Wood, the author of several books on local railways, has died.  He died peacefully on Saturday last after a long illness.
RIP.
Andrew Smith
This site about the railways of Worcestershire is the work of the Malvern Industrial Archaeology Circle (MIAC), formed by members of the Worcester Locomotive Society. For over 50 years we have been documenting the railways of Britain and overseas. An increasing number of individuals and commercial concerns are also making information and photographs available.

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