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Southall’s GWR Preservation Group decides to call it a day

THE GWR Preservation Group (GWRPG) is ceasing all activities and disposing of its remaining assets.

The organisation has occupied part of the former Great Western Railway shed site at Southall since the early-1980s.

The difficult decision by the GWRPG board has been attributed

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