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Opened in 1906, the Victoria Baths was described as 'most splendid municipal bathing institution in the country' and 'a water palace of which every citizen of Manchester can be proud.' It closed 87 years later.
The 38-wagon train, which was carrying stone and ballast, blocked the line between Castle Cary and Westbury in Somerset.
It means services from Taunton to Westbury and from Weymouth to Westbury will be disrupted, including services from London to the South West including Exeter and Plymouth.
Mariella Frostrup, Sam Taylor-Johnson, and Brett Anderson all call Somerset home.
And, of course, international art dealer Hauser & Wirth made headlines when it opened in the tiny village of Bruton three years ago.In particular, she was drawn to the mystic culture of astrology, ley lines, UFOs and new-age therapy that centred on Glastonbury Tor, seven miles up the road.