Since 2003 she has been based on the Great Central Railway in Leicestershire.
What does GCR stand for?
GCR stands for Great Central Railway (UK)
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- Good Charamel Records (record label)
- Good Conduct Ribbon (military award)
- Graduate Common Room (Christ Church; UK)
- Graduate Council Representative (various schools)
- Grand Calumet River
- Grand Canyon Railway
- Grand Circuit du Roussillon (French: Grand Tour of Roussillon; Roussillon, France)
- Gravity Condensate Return
- Gray Component Replacement (printing inks)
- Great Canadian Rebates (Canada)
- Greater China Region
- Greedy Column Re-Routing
- Gregory C. Rigamer & Associates, Inc (New Orleans, LA)
- Gripo Colaboradores de Revisión (Spanish)
- Ground Controlled Radar
- Ground Cover Ratio (photovoltaic system)
- Group Call Register
- Group Code Recording
- Group Coded Recording
- Groupement des Concessionnaires Renault (French: Renault Dealers Grouping)
Samples in periodicals archive:
There are also other popular Santa specials around the country, including: the Bluebell Railway in Sussex, the Great Central Railway from Loughborough to Leicester North, and the Midland Railway - Butterley Hill, Derbyshire, which has a grotto on the train and a puppet pantomime.
Pam Waterfield, Sheffield, South Yorks GREAT Central Railway in Loughborough, Leics, offers different packages to let you drive a train.
Price includes: Return coach from local pick up points, "Murder Mystery" evening with five-course dinner and return trip from Loughborough to Leicester on the Great Central Railway, one night B&B at the Jury''s Inn, Derby, services of a tour manager, visit to Matlock Bath in the Peak District.
Most of the Birmingham line could be built alongside the M40 and parts of the Chiltern Railways line and could also run along disused track bed on the former Great Central Railway line, which opened in 1899.
60163 Tornado left her Darlington birthplace by two low-loaders for the Great Central Railway (GCR) at Loughborough in Leice stershire.
The infant River Don flows along the valley floor but the trees have all but eradicated the once-famous Great Central Railway line which passed through the cutting below us.
00 Hardcover TF58 This volume collects the black & white photographs taken by Sydney Water Alfred Newton, a British commercial photographer active in the late 19th century and the early 20th century, of the route of the London Extension of the Great Central Railway between Nottingham and London.