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Bookham railway station was opened on In the late 1800s; the line at the time was owned by the London and South Western Railway.
Initially the London and South Western Railway wanted to build the line into the centre of Great Bookham village itself, but as often happened in those early days of rail expansion from London, the key landowners (and villagers) were strongly opposed to that idea and forced the company to adopt a much more northerly route, resulting in the station being built nearly one mile (1.6 km) from the village high street in open country.
What year was the station opened? Call that ABCD. The cache is at:
N 51 ((B+C)+A) . (A+A) (D+A) (C+A) W 0 ((Dx4)+(A+A)) . (C-A) (B+A) (D+A)
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