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Cranmore, Somerset

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Cranmore is a village and civil parish east of Shepton Mallet, in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. The parish includes the hamlets of Waterlip, East Cranmore and Dean. History The name comes from Crane Mere, the Lake of the Cranes. The parish of Cranmore was part of the hundred of Wells Forum. East Cranmore was part of the hundred of Frome. It is the base of the East Somerset Railway which plays host to a variety of preserved diesel and steam locomotives. It operates the line between Cranmore railway station, Cranmore West, Merryfield Lane Halt and Mendip Vale. The section between Cranmore and the mainline is used for heavy quarry traffic to the nearby Merehead Quarry. The quarry, which is also known as Torr Works, covers an area of some 200 hectares, including 60 hectares which have been landscaped to blend with the surrounding countryside. It was once operated by the Foster Yeoman Company, but now owned and operated by Aggregate Industries LTD, employing over 2
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