|101||£10 share||18, black||5,000||VF||£50-60|
|103||5% preference share||?||?||–||–|
Witney Railway Company
Incorporated on 1st August 1859.
A line to connect the town (and its woollen industry) with the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway in Yarnton. It was later sold to the Great Western Railway in 1890.
Capital £50,000 in shares of £10 each. Loans of £16,000. 5% preference shares issued in 1861 to replace cancelled ordinary shares. Additional loans of £17,000 in 1872.