Published August 19, 1996 by Pictorial Histories Pub .
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Towns might be served by two seperate lines without a connection between them for instance, and the broader gauge common in the south meant goods had to be reloaded if they were to travel further (this also affected the north but being more industrial they had some capacity to cope).