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The '''Hull and Barnsley and Great Central Railway''' was a 25.75 mile line that became part of the [[London and North Eastern Railway]] in 1923
 
The '''Hull and Barnsley and Great Central Railway''' was a 25.75 mile line that became part of the [[London and North Eastern Railway]] in 1923
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Revision as of 18:16, 5 March 2015

The Hull and Barnsley and Great Central Railway was a 25.75 mile line that became part of the London and North Eastern Railway in 1923

Also see Great Central, Hull and Barnsley and Midland Joint Railway

See Also

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Sources of Information