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Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway: 2: Langwith Junction to Lincoln, the Mansfield Railway and Mid-Notts Joint Maximize

Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway: 2: Langwith Junction to Lincoln, the Mansfield Railway and Mid-Notts Joint

Grandly titled The Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway, history was to show that this line would reach neither Warrington nor Sutton-on-Sea with only the Chesterfield to Pyewipe Junction section and a branch to Sheffield ever being completed. Taken over by the G.C.R. in 1907, the route was primarily a coal-carrying railway, although it did have a passenger service that lasted until 1955.

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