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BIRMINGHAM AND OXFORD JUNCTION RAILWAY

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The Birmingham and Oxford Junction line opened between Millstream Junction, in Oxford, and Banbury in 1850, and was initially broad gauge. The rest of the line to Birmingham was a double line of mixed gauge and opened in 1852. It included a deviation through Leamington Spa. Initially there were 9 stations North of Banbury, a further 7 being added in the Birmingham area in the 19th century.

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