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Bristol & Bath Railway Path
The path follows the route of the Midland Railway Mangotsfield and Bath Branch Line.
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The station closed on 7 March 1966.
The station was the inspiration behind Arnold Ridley's play "The Ghost Train" after Ridley found himself stranded there overnight.
The brewery was established in 1995 by former employees of Smiles Brewery in Bristol.
The Avon Valley Railway or AVR is a three-mile-long heritage railway. The Avon Valley Railway is now a major tourist attraction for the region and services in excess of 80,000 visitors per year. The railway shares its route with the Bristol & Bath Railway Path.
The railway is part of the otherwise-dismantled Midland Railway Mangotsfield and Bath Branch Line, which was closed during the late 1960s.
Another important building in Saltford is the Manor House. It dates from around 1160. It was found by a survey by Country Life magazine to be the oldest continuously occupied house in England. Architectural historian John Goodall believes the house has details, particularly in the ornate windows, which date it securely to before 1150, and probably to around 1148, the completion date of Hereford Cathedral, which has some similarities.