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Goring, England

(map) Goring is half way between Didcot and Reading.

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Goring, England
June 24, 2007 With one day to explore and unlimited-use BritRail passes in our hands, we hopped on a train at Marlow and went up to Didcot to see the museum and see what else we could find. While we were there, yet another Class 67 went by us without us having a chance to shoot it, towing a long cut of EWS coaches heading toward London.

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