Midland and South Western Junction Railway Company (1884)
Incorporated on 23rd July 1884.
An amalgamation of the Swindon, Marlborough and Andover, and the Swindon and Cheltenham Extension Railways, totalling around 63 miles of track. The route provided a connection between the Midland Railway in Cheltenham and the London and South Western in Southampton. It passed to the Great Western Railway at grouping.
Capital at amalgamation: £932,518 in shares, and £742,868 in loans.