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Bullo Pill Railway (United Kingdom)


The Bullo Pill Railway was an early British railway, completed in 1810 to carry coal mined in the Forest of Dean to a port on the River Severn near Newnham, Gloucestershire. It was later converted to a broad gauge steam line by the Great Western Railway, and was closed in the 1960s.
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Major Mining Region

Bullo Pill Railway belongs to the Forest of Dean region.

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