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English: A mixed gauge baulk road crossover at the Didcot Railway Centre, England. The formation includes a side step to bring the common rail (shared by a wheel on both the 7ft 0.25in and 4ft 8.5in gauges) from the right side of the track to the left.
Date 24 May 2009
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Author Geof Sheppard

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51° 37′ 1.96″ N, 1° 14′ 45.82″ W

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