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1 edition of railway chronology of the Sheffield area. found in the catalog.

railway chronology of the Sheffield area.

railway chronology of the Sheffield area.

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Published by Sheffield City Libraries in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesLocal history leaflet (Sheffield City Libraries Department of Local History and Archives) -- no.5
ContributionsSheffield Public Libraries. Department of Local History and Archives.
The Physical Object
Pagination12p.,ill.,21cm
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17119982M

Other routes from Sheffield went to Doncaster, Wakefield, Mansfield and Hull, but it was the line to Beighton and a small town called Annesley that held the most importance. In , the Great Northern Railway connected with the MSLR at Annesley, allowing the latter to run coal trains into Nottingham. The manor of Sheffield was recorded in the Domesday Book as 'Escafeld'. Other local manors which appeared include Grimesthorpe, Hallam, and Attercliffe. (c) .

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"A Railway Chronology of the Sheffield Area". New & enlarged edition Local History Leaflet No The Midland Railway originated from in Leicestershire / Nottinghamshire, with the purpose of serving the needs of local coal owners.

The company was formed on 10 May by the merger of the Midland Counties Railway, the North Midland Railway, and the Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway, the Birmingham and Gloucester Railway joined two years arters: Derby. The Sheffield District Railway was a miles (6 km) railway line in South Yorkshire, was built to give the Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway access to Sheffield, primarily for goods traffic, for which a large goods depot at Attercliffe, in Sheffield, was construction was sponsored by the LD&ECR and the Great Eastern Railway together, with the support of the.

The Sheffield and Rotherham Railway was a short railway in England, between Sheffield and Rotherham and the first in the two towns. In the early nineteenth century, when news broke of the building of the North Midland Railway, it was clear that George Stephenson would follow the gentle gradient of the Rivers Rother and Don, bypassing nson known for his railway Locale: South Yorkshire, England.

The earliest known evidence of human occupation in the Sheffield area was found at Creswell Crags to the east of the city. Artefacts railway chronology of the Sheffield area. book rock art found in caves at this site have been dated by archaeologists to the late Upper Palaeolithic period, at le years ago.

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Adjacent is Sheffield station/Sheffield Hallam University Sheffield Supertram stop. In –18, the station was the 43rd-busiest in the UK, and the 15th-busiest outside London. History Edit - Edit File:Sheffield Railway The station was opened in by the Midland Railway and was the fifth and last station to be built in Sheffield city centre.

It was designed by the architect Charles Trubshaw. The station was built on the 'New Line', which ran between Grimesthorpe Junction, on the former Sheffield and Rotherham Railway, and Tapton Junction.

The Sheffield and Rotherham Railway was a short railway between Sheffield and Rotherham and the first in the two towns. It was sanctioned in and ran from what is now () the Midland Company's goods station in the Wicker, Sheffield, to Rotherham.

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