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« on: November 17, 2020, 07:21:48 am »

between Bourne End and Marlow ................. (apologies for the clickbait headline  Grin  )

The line between Bourne and Marlow is in the first week of a 2 week closure for track renewals, services being replaced by a bus.

This is does not look like its causing to many issues as there has been nothing posted
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« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2020, 03:10:44 pm »

between Bourne End and Marlow ................. (apologies for the clickbait headline  Grin  )

The line between Bourne and Marlow is in the first week of a 2 week closure for track renewals, services being replaced by a bus.

This is does not look like its causing to many issues as there has been nothing posted
There is an existing thread in this sub forum that you must not have noticed:

http://www.firstgreatwestern.info/coffeeshop/index.php?topic=23563.0

Stuving just updated it.

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