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40's Weekend

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South Devon Railway
Buckfastleigh
Devon
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The clock will be turned back over sixty five years to the days of the Second World War when the South Devon Railway hosts its annual 1940's weekend
Telephone: 0845 3451420 Email: sdra-secretary@southdevonrailway.org

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