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... (near the crossing of the Shellpot Creek) around the south side of Wilmington to a point on the main line between Wilmington and Newport ... to avoid what was then street running on the main line through Wilmington ... Formed from the old New Castle Frenchtown and New Castle Wilmington trackage between Wilmington and Rodney, via New Castle ...
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