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Lord Carlisle's works, at Tindal Fell, in Cumberland, was an early mineral railway for the extensive colleries and lime works.
 
Lord Carlisle's works, at Tindal Fell, in Cumberland, was an early mineral railway for the extensive colleries and lime works.
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Latest revision as of 17:42, 24 April 2012

Lord Carlisle's works, at Tindal Fell, in Cumberland, was an early mineral railway for the extensive colleries and lime works.

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