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THE SESSIONAL PAPERS OF THE HOUSE OF LORDS, IN THE SESSION 1846, (9 & 10 VICTORIAE) ARRANGED IN VOLUMES. VOL. XI.

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Accounts and Papers of the House of Commons

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The Railway Register and Record of Public Enterprise for Railways, Mines, Patents, and Inventions

Author: Hyde Clarke

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The British Almanac of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

For the Year of Our Lord 1847, Being the Third After Leap Year...

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The Railway Chronicle

Joint-stock Companies Journal. Register of Traffic, Shares, Engineering Improvements and All Matters Connected with Railways ...

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The London Gazette

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Railway Times

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An historical atlas of Lincolnshire

Author: Stewart Bennett

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Category: History

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Lincolnshire Railways

Author: Alan Stennett

Publisher: Crowood

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Category: Transportation

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Lincolnshire is a largely rural county, which was reflected in the early history of the railway lines. The main lines mostly passed through on their way to somewhere else and the local traffic was handled by a large number of branch lines. Author Alan Stennett explores the history of the railways in Lincolnshire, starting with the very early days when it was expected that Lincoln would be on a main line to the north, only to lose out to what we now know as the East Coast Main Line. Using archive maps, original photographs and other sources, he traces the development of railways in the county, and their role in serving the great fishing port of Grimsby, 'bracing' East Coast resorts such as Cleethorpes and Skegness, the iron and steel industries of Scunthorpe and the agricultural heartland of the Fens. The network saw many early closures before being savaged by the Beeching cuts, but the story continues to the present day, where new developments offer renewed hope for what is left of the system. This guide to the history and development of the railways in Lincolnshire will be of great interest to local history and railway enthusiasts. Illustrated with 210 colour and b&w original photographs.

The Railway News ...

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