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Ashton, Stalybridge and Liverpool Junction Railway

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The Ashton, Stalybridge and Liverpool Junction Railway (AS&LJR), was formed in 1844

The first section ran from Miles Platting on the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway (L&YR) to Ashton under Lyne from 13 July 1846.

On 5 October 1846, the line was connected to the L&YR at Stalybridge.

1847 It was taken over by the Manchester and Leeds Railway.

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[1] Wikipedia