Manchester Line

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List Of Places In Greater Manchester - Public Transport - Railway Stations
... Railway stations in Greater Manchester Bolton Blackrod Bolton Bromley Cross Daisy Hill Farnworth Hall i' th' Wood Horwich Parkway Kearsley Lostock Moses Gate Westhoughton Manchester (city centre ... Benchill Crossacres Hardy Farm Haveley Hough End Manchester Airport Martinscroft Moor Road Northern Moor Peel Hall Robinswood Road Roundthorn Sale Water Park ...
Furness Line
... The Furness Line, in North West England, runs from Barrow-in-Furness to Ulverston and Grange-over-Sands, connecting with the West Coast Main Line at Carnforth ... Along with the Cumbrian Coast Line, which runs north from Barrow to Whitehaven, Workington and Carlisle, it is considered one of the most scenic routes in England ... Ulverston The now-closed branch line to Lakeside used to diverge here ...
Railway Electrification In Great Britain - Existing Systems – Overhead Line (OHL) - 25 KV, 50 Hz AC Overhead
... London, Tilbury and Southend (LTS) The majority of this line was originally electrified at 6,250 V ... Great Eastern Main Line (GEML) Converted from 1,500 V DC (see 1,500 V DC section "Shenfield Metro") Converted from 6,250 V/1,500 V DC Romford to Upminster Line Shenfield to Southend Line Crouch Valley Line Braintree ... The line was first electrified during the 1960s, when the lines to Chingford, Enfield Town and Cheshunt were electrified at 6,250 V ...

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