West Somerset Railway is an independent heritage railway that recreates a country branch line in the age of steam. It runs 20 miles from the seaside resort of Minehead to the village of Bishops Lydeard near Taunton, with 8 other stations in between. The WSR first opened in 1862 as far as Watchet, it was only later in 1874 that trade and Victorian tourism took the line further to Minehead.
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Recorded on 19 April 2022 with a DJI Pocket 2 camera.