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Original Text (Annotation: EPW023218 / 2034519)

' Milk loading dock and vans for milk train to London [or could be returning empties]. Gillingham, Semley and Tisbury all had rail sidings where milk churns containing skimmed milk could be transported to the London market. Gillingham had two creameries at least; one in Station Road. In the 1930s specialised milk tankers were introduced and United Dairies had an unloading platform at Vauxhall station, where milk was piped to its bottling and distribution factory at 5 South Lambeth Road. Train may have originated at Yeovil Town and collected milk vans along the way. Some came from the Somerset & Dorset Railway's stations, via Templecombe '