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Written by Tony Rispoli - 11 Aug 2007
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Location notes
In the country of Wiltshire this is where the Thames Turbos from Paddington terminate and go into a siding before returning to London.
Railway type and traffic
Some First Great Western HST passenger trains. Also Turbos terminating and heading back to Paddington.
Various stone trains from the Mendip Quarries.
A couple of hours around lunchtime and early afternoon will usually allow half a dozen or so shots.
Small station in Wiltshire countryside, not been after dark but station is lit if a little deserted!
Road directions
Along the A4 or A338 following the signs for Great Bedwyn.

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Bedwyn Station map co-ordinates
There is a station car park or local roads you can park on.
Public transport
By train. Services from Paddington, Reading and Newbury!

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No toilets at the station, most amenities to be found in either Marlborough or Hungerford I would imagine.
Sun Compass
Sun Compass using Suncalc by brought to you by Vladimir Agafonkin:
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Bedwyn Station

Googly map
Streetmap links
Bedwyn Station general view map
Bedwyn Station close up map

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Bedwyn Station

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Photographic notes
There is a road bridge by the station which affords good views each way.

General views - All photographs © Tony Rispoli unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north

Fig 1 - Looking north

Fig 2 - Looking south

Fig 2 - Looking south

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