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The Hull & Barnsley Railway Vol 1 Formation and the Early Years

Although the main line route of the Hull & Barnsley Railway plus its associated branches enjoyed a relatively short independent operational life of just thirty-seven years from 1885 until 1922, its importance as a 55-mile conduit from the collieries of South Yorkshire to the Humber was key to the future development of the port of Hull. 

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The Hull & Barnsley Railway Vol 1 Formation and the Early Years

The Hull & Barnsley Railway Vol 1 Formation and the Early Years

Although the main line route of the Hull & Barnsley Railway plus its associated branches enjoyed a relatively short independent operational life of just thirty-seven years from 1885 until 1922, its importance as a 55-mile conduit from the collieries of South Yorkshire to the Humber was key to the future development of the port of Hull. 

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