Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway

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Oakwood P. , Lingfield (Sy.)
Lancashire, Derbyshire, & East Coast Railway Com
Statementby J. Cupit & W. Taylor.
SeriesThe Oakwood library of railway history,, 19, Oakwood library of railway history ;, no. 19.
ContributionsTaylor, W. joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE3821.L34 C8
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], 42 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5583084M
LC Control Number67099377

Discover the Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway, the ‘Dukeries Route, Read about its various connecting lines and the Sheffield District Railway, Maps, diagrams and many unpublished images in mono and colour, Highly informative and of much interest to the historian, enthusiast and modeller.

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Buy Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway: Chesterfield to Langwith: Junction, the Beighton Branch and Sheffield District Railway by Booth, Chris (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(5).

The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway was built to fulfill the desire of tapping the rich coalfields in the East Midlands; the plan being to construct an mile long railway from a deep-water dock on the Manchester Ship Canal at Warrington, to new docks on the Lincolnshire coast at Sutton-on-Sea, thus allowing an outlet on either coast for the export of coal.

Inhe was one of the co-writers of '40 Years of Sheffield PSB', published via Blurb. Fascinated with The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway after reading the book 'The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway', he decided to publish his own book: a potted history of the LD&ECR and its connections.5/5(4).

The Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway. a Pictorial View of the 'Dukeries Route' and Branches Volume 2 Chris Booth — Langwith Lunction to Lincoln, the Mansfield Railway and Mid-Notts Joint Line.

Re: Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway New book Post by kimballthurlow» Wed am I have one-inch-to-the-mile maps of the area to the west of Buxton, and have drawn what would have been possible routes for the LD and ECR extension to Macclesfield.

Grandly titled The Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway, history was to show that this line would reach neither Warrington nor Sutton-on-Sea with only the Chesterfield to Pyewipe Junction section and a branch to Sheffield ever being completed. Inhe was one of the co-writers of `40 Years of Sheffield PSB', published via Blurb.

Fascinated with The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway after reading the book `The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway', he decided to publish his own book: a potted history of the LD&ECR and its connections.5/5(6). This book on the Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway discusses the reasons for the railway¿s promotion and its subsequent outcome as a business venture.

Enacted in and opened for traffic inthe LD&ECR was planned to be an east-west line linking the Derbyshire coal fields to the Manchester Ship Canal at Warrington, as well Author: David Wilmot.

Inhe was one of the co-writers of '40 Years of Sheffield PSB', published via Blurb. Fascinated with The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway after reading the book 'The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway', he decided to publish his own book: a potted history of the LD&ECR and its connections.

show more3/5(1). Chesterfield to Langwith Junction, the Beighton Branch and Sheffield District Railway. Author: Chris Booth; Publisher: Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway 'the Dukeries Route' ISBN: Category: Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In the days when coal was king, an ambitious plan was laid for an east-to-west cross country rail route.

There is a reason for this. Volume 1 covers Chesterfield to Langwith, Volume 2 covers Langwith to Lincoln and was to cover the Mansfield Railway, however, due to reasons beyond my control I have had to strip out that section to.

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The Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway. [J Cupit; W Taylor]. The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway was built to fulfil the desire of tapping the rich coalfields in the East Midlands; the plan being to construct an mile long railway from a deep-water dock on the Manchester Ship Canal at Warrington, to new docks on the Lincolnshire coast at Sutton-on-Sea, thus allowing an outlet on either coast for the export of coal.

The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway was built to fulfill the desire of tapping the rich coalfields in the East Midlands; the plan being to construct an mile long railway from Warrington, to the Lincolnshire coast at Sutton-on-Sea.

Tracing the Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway Volume 4: The Abandoned Lines. This book looks at the abandoned sections of the trunk line, and the aborted branch lines, of the grandiose scheme to connect the coasts of England with an independent railway line.

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Chris Booth has been fascinated in the Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway since reading the books The Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway and Langwith Junction: The Life and Times of a Railway Village.

Since then, apart from the odd article in the railway press, little else on this railway line has been seen in book form. Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway.

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Just better. Neuware - This book on the Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway discusses the reasons for the railway s promotion and its subsequent outcome as a business venture. Enacted in and opened for traffic inthe LD&ECR was planned to be an east-west line linking the Derbyshire coal fields to the Manchester Ship Canal at Warrington.

Langwith Junction on the Lancashire, Derbyshire & East Coast Railway in about LD&ECR Royal Train at Ollerton on 10 September behind an immaculately turned out tank No. 26 Site Contents. Inhe was one of the co-writers of '40 Years of Sheffield PSB', published via Blurb. Fascinated with The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway after reading the book 'The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway', he decided to publish his own book: a potted history of the LD&ECR and its connections.5/5(2).

The Lancashire Derbyshire and East Coast Railway – A Pictorial View of the ‘Dukeries Route’ and Branches: Volume 2 – Langwith Junction to Lincoln and the Proposed Route to Sutton-on-Sea 9th May Nigel Devereux Reviews.

Inhe was one of the co-writers of `40 Years of Sheffield PSB', published via Blurb. Fascinated with The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway after reading the book `The Lancashire Derbyshire & East Coast Railway', he decided to publish his own book: a potted history of the LD&ECR and its connections.

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The Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway A pictorial view of the "Dukeries Route" and branches. Blurb. Bradshaw, George () []. July Railway Guide. Newton Abbott: David & Charles.

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