Worcestershire Junction Railways Hamer , S. , Esq . ,, General Post Office , and
Southamptov . row , Russell - sbuare , Director of Remington's Direct London and
Manchester Railway Hamilton , Frederic William , Esq . , 59 , Gloucester - plar re
Author: Great Britain. Light Railway CommissionPublish On: 1898
1 from the commencement thereof and a point 7 furlongs measured along
Railway No. 1 from the said commencement to the width of 35 feet between the
fences thereof to the reasonable satisfaction of the County Council of Worcestershire .
shire , and Worcestershire Junction , of the Leeds , Huddersfield , Sheffield , and
South Staffordshire , and of the Direct East and West Junction Railways Crocket ,
Thomas , Esq . , Cannock , Director of the Derbyshire , Staffordshire , and ...
An Act for incorporating the Dudley and Oldbury Junction Railway Company ,
and authorising them to make and maintain railways from Oldbury , in the county
of Worcester , communicating with the South Staffordshire and Stour Valley ...
Staffordshire , and Worcestershire Junction , and of the the Leeds , Sheffield ,
Huddersfield , and South StaffordLeeds , Huddersfield , Sheffield , and South
Staffordshire shire , and of the Derbyshire , Staffordshire , and Worces . Railways
satisfaction of the said engineer for the time being of the company of the
proprietors of the Statfordshire and Worcestershire canal navigation ; and it at
any time after 14 days notice in writing shall be given by or on the bebalf of the
the Chester and Manchester Direct ; and the Derbyshire , Staffordshire , and Worcestershire Railways . Middleton , William , Esq . , Manchester . Middleton ,
Robert , Esq . , Manchester . Mien , William , Esq . , Chappeltown , near Leeds .
The railways which operated in Worcestershire were controlled by the Midland Railway and the Great Western railway, whose struggle for supremacy had considerable effect on the development of railways in the county.
Author: Mike Hitches
Publisher: Sutton Pub Limited
The railways which operated in Worcestershire were controlled by the Midland Railway and the Great Western railway, whose struggle for supremacy had considerable effect on the development of railways in the county. The most important route through the county linked the great industrial centres of the Midlands and the seaport of Bristol, while lesser routes included the Birmingham and Gloucester Railway; Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway; the Severn Valley Railway, and numerous branch lines.
RAILWAYS . The railway communications of Gloucestershire are supplied
principally by branches of the Great Western , or by companies working in
connection with that Board of Directors . These are1 . The . Swindon and
Cheltenham line ...
CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS . TOURS IN WALES . BATHING , BOATING , FISHING (
Sea , River , and Lake ) , COACHING , MOUNTAINEERING . TOURIST TICKETS ,
available for Two Calendar Months , renewable up to 31st December , are ...
Here the river Stour, an unclean and sluggish stream, the Stafl'ordshire and Worcestershire Canal, and the Stourbridge Canal empty ... Be this as it may, the
Severn certainly formed an important means of transport before the days of railways.
Author: Leonard J. Wills
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This guide to Worcestershire by Leonard J. Wills was first published in 1911 as part of the Cambridge County Geographies.
... take the SECRETARYSHIP of One or Two Small E.C. NEW STATION , at
Pershore , Worcestershire . Railways , inding staff and offices in the Temple or
Plans and Specification may be seen , and Forms of Westminster . Highest
Author: Thomas Haughton (schoolmaster.)Publish On: 1871
At Worcester , Charles II . was defeated by Oliver Cromwell ( Sep . ... Glass at
NEWCASTLE - UPON - TYNE ; STOURBRIDGE and WORCESTER , in Worcestershire ; LONDON ; BIRMINGHAM ; BRISTOL ; St . Helens , in
Lancashire ; YORK ...
Author: Worcestershire Historical SocietyPublish On: 1898
Worcester, Mass. Numbers 1-14 Inclusive, as Indexed with Volume XVI [of
Collections] 1897-8-9 Worcestershire Historical Society ... Wm . S . Barton ,
retiring City Treasurer , STREET RAILWAYS . presented with chair . G . 17 , T . 18
me God WIE IS ande other roads , railways , tramways , foorways , Nimenis
bereby given , that application is ta po iz te ... as limited by the said Acts ; and
also to enable the and Worcestershire Junction Railway Act , 1847 , said
Company to ...
Oxford , Worcester and Wolverhampton R. Co. 48 Rooth v . North Eastern R. Co.
... Boston and Worcester R. Corp. 659 v . York , Newcastle and Berwick ...
Derbyshire , Staffordshire and Worcestershire J. R. Co. 36 , 39 Seymour v .
Chauncey Smith, Samuel Worcester Bates ... corporate name of " The
Birmingham and Gloucester Railway Company , " at the Worcestershire Spring
Assizes , 1839 , for disobeying such order , and was removed into this court by
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of LordsPublish On: 1899
See WORCESTERSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL . ... Railways . [ In further
continuation of Classes 16 and 14 of the General Index , 1801-1887 . ) NOTE.-
For Orders made by the Light Railway Commissioners under the Light Railways
Act , 1896 ...
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of CommonsPublish On: 1864
The following Bills relate to Railways in Shropshire , & c . , & c .: Grouping . ... and
Bridgnorth Railway Bill The Wrexcham , Mold and Connah's Quay Railway Bill 14
53 22 2 The following Bills relate to Railways in Gloucestershire , Worcester .
Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons