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The Great Western Railway was also known as "God's Wonderful Railway", since it was deemed by many to be the epitome of railway design. That is a very Anglocentric view, but nevertheless reflects the passion with which some people upheld all things GWR. For my money, the distinctive copper capped chimneys and brass safety valve surrounds served to set the GWR sufficiently apart and thereby sanctify them!
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