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Changed "Cotswold Line" to "Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton Railway", as that is what was opened in 1851 ("Cotswold Line" is a modern brand name for the Oxford - Worcester passenger service). Have kept link to the Cotswold Line article for the present, however, as the article on the OWWR has yet to be written. -- Picapica 13:55, 4 December 2005 (UTC)
Shouldn’t its name be the Stratford and Moreton Railway? This is what it was called when set up by the Stratford and Moreton Railway Act 1821 c 63 of 28 May 1821 and what it was still called when the company was closed down in 1869 under Section 32 of the Great Western Railway Act of 31 July 1868. Hors-la-loi 19:01, 8 May 2012 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hors-la-loi (talk • contribs)