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The island of Great Britain includes England, Scotland and Wales.

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There are 3 pages of railways in this region (but see also the 3 sub-regions above).
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Bartholomew Maps

British Aluminium Company


Looking east at Newbiggin with 101 322 passing on an Edinburgh-bound service. In the foreground is the severed connection to the Alcan (formerly British Aluminium Co.) siding. [Bill Roberton]

British Rail


Makers plate from a Harrisons and Camm of Rotherham railway wagon dating from 1913. The old van is on a short section of track awaiting restoration at Maud station. [Alan Cormack]

British Steel Corporation


View north of the double track slag processing road viaduct over the South Calder Water. It was demolished not long afterwards. [Ewan Crawford]
Corus

East Coast Main Line Company Ltd


New East Coast branding on power car 91108, photographed on 23 November 2009. [Bill Roberton]
Eddie Stobart

List of locations in this area

BSC Ravenscraig Locomotive Shed BSC Ravenscraig Number 3 Blast Furnace Burntisland Burntisland Aluminium Works 

Clydesdale Steelworks 

Dalzell Steelworks 

Humber Estuary Hunterston Hunterston Ore Terminal 

Imperial Tubeworks 

Plates, signs and notices Poster 

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Ravenscraig Locomotive Shed Ravenscraig No 3 Ravenscraig Steel Works Redcar Blast Furnace