North Western Railway

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LNWR Prince Of Wales Tank Class
... The London and North Western Railway (LNWR) Prince of Wales Tank Class was a pacific tank engine version of the Prince of Wales Class 4-6-0 steam locomotive ... London and North Western Railway locomotives Francis Trevithick (North Eastern Division 1846-1857) LNWR 2-2-2 3020 Cornwall Edward Bury (Southern Division 1846-1847) Bury Bar. 380 G2 G2A George Hughes (1922-1923) No new locomotives Locomotives of the London and North Western Railway LMS locomotives British Railways steam locomotives ...
Newport, Abergavenny And Hereford Railway - Chronology
... 1846 - Tramroads the Llanvihangel Railway, Grosmont Railway and Hereford Railway purchased. 1847 - Act for Taff Vale Extension passed from Coedygric North Junction to the Taff Vale Railway at Quakers Yard ... Hereford (Barton) to Coedygric on the Monmouthshire Railway and Canal Company ...
Seaton Railway Station - Closure
... The Great Northern Railway operated a service between Peterborough North and Leicester Belgrave Road between 1883 and 1916, when the service was withdrawn as a war economy ... Former Services Preceding station Disused railways Following station Rockingham London and North Western Railway Wakerley and Barrowden Rockingham Great Northern Railway Wakerley ...
List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: W-Z - Y
... Year closed Yapham Gate NER 1865 Yapton London, Brighton and South Coast Railway 1864 Yarde Halt Southern Railway 1965 Yarm NER 1960 new station opened ...
List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: W-Z - W - Wh
... Town, unless in station name) Rail company Year closed Whalley Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway 1962 reopened 1994 Whaplode Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway 1959 ...

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