GWR

GWR is an acronym that can stand for:

  • Great Western Railway (or Great Western Railroad), the name of several different railway operators
  • The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway — a heritage railway that has taken the initials of the former Great Western Railway Company
  • Great Whipsnade Railway
  • GWR Group, former commercial radio company: owned radio stations, GWR FM (Bristol & Bath) and GWR FM Wiltshire
  • Guinness World Records
  • The GWR Records label
  • Gravitational Wave Radiation
  • Geographically Weighted Regression A local multivariate regression function weighted on spatial dependence
  • Gateway router

Other articles related to "gwr":

List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: W-Z - W - Wy
... name) Rail company Year closed Wyesham Halt GWR 1959 Wyke and Norwood Green Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 1953 Wyke Regis Halt Weymouth and Portland Railway ...
List Of Products By Dapol - N Gauge - Wagons
... Grouping wagons Gunpowder 7 plank GWR 20T Coal truck (appeared incorrectly as GWR Coal, as the model has an end door) ... BR wagons Grain hopper (incorrectly appeared in GWR and LMS liveries) - LMS was correct See Reference 2 ...
Shrewsbury And Hereford Railway - Operations
... S HR was jointly leased by the LNWR, the GWR and the West Midland Railway (WMR) ... By 1871 the WMR had amalgamated with the GWR, so the LNWR and the GWR jointly acquired the S HR ... When the GWR extended the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway into Hereford with a junction north of Dinmore Hill, pressure increased from the town council on the LNWR to close Hereford Barton ...
Marlborough Railway Stations - The Marlborough and Grafton Railway
... its problem at Marlborough, where it was paying £1,000 a year to run over the GWR Marlborough branch tracks ... The new section then crossed the GWR's Berks and Hants Extension line and joined the southern section of the original SM AR line just north of Grafton and Burbage station ... point the link just outside Marlborough station to the GWR branch line was closed ...
GWR No. 1334
... GWR No ... They were re-boilered by the GWR and all three survived into British Railways ownership in 1948 ...