West Somerset Railway

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West Somerset Railway
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0.0 Minehead
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Dunster
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Blue Anchor
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Washford
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former West Somerset Mineral Railway
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Watchet
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Williton
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Stogumber
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Crowcombe Heathfield
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0.0 Bishops Lydeard
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former Barnstaple to Taunton Line
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Devon and Somerset Railway
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Great Western Main Line to Exeter
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Norton Fitzwarren (special operations only)
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0.0 Taunton (special operations only)
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Great Western Main Line from Bristol
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Great Western Main Line from Westbury

The West Somerset Railway (WSR) is a heritage railway. It runs along the edge of the Quantock Hills in Somerset, England, between Bishops Lydeard and Watchet. The line then turns inland to Washford. It then returns to the coast for the run to Minehead. The Exmoor National Park is nearby.