Brunel's Railway

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Duration: 5 minutes

Mark Horton travels on Brunel's Great Western Railway along the stunning south coast of Devon. The line engineered by Brunel opened in 1847 and was deemed a danger at the time, since it was built so close to the sea. It is now considered one of Britain's most amazing railway journeys.

Credits

Presenter
Mark Horton
Executive Producer
William Lyons
Producer
Steve Evanson

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