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Metropolitan and Great Central Joint Railway

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The Metropolitan and Great Central Joint Railway was a joint railway company that controlled a line extending from Harrow on the Hill in what is now north-western Greater London to Verney Junction in Buckinghamshire, England.

1906 Created, under the ownership of the Metropolitan Railway and the Great Central Railway

1948 the railway was nationalised

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