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Stanhope And Tyne Railway - History - North Eastern Railway
... the Act of Parliament which created the North Eastern Railway ... On 1 January 1923 the NER amalgamated with other companies to form the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) ...
Joint Railway - United Kingdom
... Railway and Great Northern Railway (MR/GNR), latterly London and North Eastern Railway and London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LNER/LMS) ... A north-south route ran from Norwich City to Cromer ... Great Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway the Great Northern and Great Eastern Railways ...
Ashington Railway Station - History
... by the Blyth and Tyne Railway in 1872 as Hirst (for Ashington).The North Eastern Railway took over the Blyth and Tyne Railway in 1874, the NER became part of the London and North ...
Members Of The Victorian Legislative Council, 1982–1985
1988 1982–1988 Bill Baxter National North Eastern 1985 1978–1984 1985–2006 Gracia Baylor Liberal Boronia 1985 1979–1985 Mark Birrell Liberal East Yarra 1985. 3 In October 1984, North Eastern National MLC Bill Baxter resigned to contest the federal seat of Indi at the 1984 election ...
Malton And Driffield Railway
1853, with stations at Malton, Settrington, North Grimston, Wharram, Burdale, Sledmere and Fimber, Wetwang, Garton, and Driffield ... In 1854, it was amalgamated into the North Eastern Railway (NER), which in the 1923 grouping of railway companies, became part of the London North Eastern Railway (LNER) ... (1948), the line briefly became part of the British Railways (North Eastern) network ...

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