North Eastern Railway

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List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: W-Z - W - Wo
... name) Rail company Year closed Wolferton Great Eastern Railway 1969 Wolf's Castle Halt GWR 1964 Wollerton Halt GWR 1963 Wolsingham NER 1953 reopened 2004 Wolvercote Halt London and North Western Railway ...
Stanhope And Tyne Railway - History - North Eastern Railway
... group of lines formed a core part covered by the Act of Parliament which created the North Eastern Railway. 1 January 1923 the NER amalgamated with other companies to form the London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) ...
Southcoates Railway Station
... Southcoates railway station was a railway station on the North Eastern Railway's Victoria Dock Branch Line in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England ... It was opened by the York and North Midland Railway on 8 May 1848 ... Preceding station Disused railways Following station Wilmington North Eastern Railway Marfleet North Eastern Railway Hull Victoria Dock ...
List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: W-Z - W - We
... in station name) Rail company Year closed Wear Valley Junction North Eastern Railway 1935 Wearhead North Eastern Railway 1953 Wearmouth York, Newcastle and Berwick ...

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