Photo's 2 & 3).No longer a Junction! The same location from the rear of two Swindon-Westbury 'Trans Wilts' shuttle services in early May and late June 2020. The horse chestnut trees visible in the background of the 1961 picture are still very much in evidence and can be seen in both the later shots slightly to the right of the remaining single track. The Devizes branch diverged just beyond the white ballast bags below the trees. Milepost 102.111 indicates that Holt Junction station was one-hundred-and-two and three-quarters of a mile from London Paddington station via Swindon. Following closure in 1966 the station was demolished in 1969-70 with the rubble simply being bulldozed across to the right and heaped into a long bank which is now hidden by dense vegetation. Guy Vincent
Kind regards, Paul Barlow
"A Place And A Name"