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Description: Unbound forty page foolscap document published by the Board of Trade pursuant to the Light Railways Act 1896 authorising the construction a light railway in the County of Cornwall from Padstow to Tregurrian in the Parish of St Mawgan. The railway was to be twelve miles long with a gauge of four feet eight and a half inches. Include separate sheet with copy of map showing route.
Record Number: 753204

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Creator: The Board of Trade
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Date: 14/01/1903
Coverage: Cornwall, St Mawgan, Padstow.
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