The Bicester Military Railway

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The Bicester Military Railway

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Bicester was a significant military hub. Its significance seems to have diminished over the years and large areas of land have been sold off for housing development. I only came across this military railway by accident as I explain in my blog:

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Relatively recently, I have read a book about the Bicester Military Railway which was published in 1992. It was published by the Oxford Publishing Company and is widely available to buy second-hand. It is worth a read. ...

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The Bicester Military Railway. ...

This book, written by E.R. Lawton and Major M.W. Sackett in 1992, gives a comprehensive history of the Bicester site which extends from the original concept through to the date of publication of the book.
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