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VIDEO: Clarendon in P4 gauge

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A Leamington and Warwick Model Railway Society creation. Clarendon is the terminus of a long since defunct branch situated off the West London Railway north of Kensington Addison Road. The branch was built by the LNWR in the 1880s. The West London Railway was part owned by the LNWR in partnership with the GWR, LSWR & LBSCR.

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