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Bath Green Park Railway Station

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Former railway bridge, station beyond. The bridge was strengthened, probably in 1933. The modificaations included doubling the thickness of some of the lattice members by welding on new flat bars.
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in Bath

A former terminus Midland Railway and Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway station, opened as Queen Square Station in 1870, renamed Green Park in 1951, and closed in 1966. The main building has been preserved. The train shed and former trackbed to the west is used as a supermarket car park, approached by the former bridge over the River Avon.

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