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HAYLE RAILWAY (PORTREATH BRANCH)

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The Portreath branch of the Hayle Railway was opened in 1838 for the carrying of copper ore and coal between the harbour and the main line at Carn Brea Yard. It was closed in 1936.

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

SOUTH CARADON MINE

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

South Caradon Mine extends across the south and south west slopes of Caradon Hill, reaching the River Seaton in the valley floor on the west where remains of the mines chief ore-dressing and service complex are sited. The valley also contains earlier mining remains in the form of a medieva...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

HURSTBOURNE JUNCTION AND FULLERTON JUNCTION RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Course of railway from Hurstbourne Junction to Fullerton Junction. Opened 1885, closed 1931.

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

BOGNOR REGIS BRANCH RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The single track Bognor Regis Branch Line was opened in 1864 from Barnham Junction on the `West Coast line. The track was doubled in 1911.

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

BRIGHTON AND BULVERHYTHE RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The `East Coast Line railway was authorised in 1844 between Brighton and Bulverhythe, West of Hastings, via Lewes and Polegate. The Brighton - Lewes section was completed as a double track, the section from Lewes to Bulverhythe being a single track. Opened 1846.

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

MUCH WENLOCK CRAVEN ARMS AND COALBROOKDALE RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The Much Wenlock, Craven Arms and Coalbrookdale Railway was incorporated in 1861. In 1864, connection had been made between Severn Junction and Coalbrookdale, but the Western extension from Wenlock had only reached Presthope. It wasnt until 1867 that Marsh Farm Junction, north of Craven Ar...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

MORPETH BRANCH RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The Morpeth Branch of the Blyth and Tyne Railway was authorised in 1853. It incorporated the mineral railway from Newsham to Bedlington Colliery, opened in 1850, and the branch opened in 1857. The Bedlington section remains open for passenger traffic, and between Bedlington and Morpeth rem...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

NECROPOLIS RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The London Necropolis Company was incorporated to establish an extensive cemetery alongside the main London - Southampton line in 1852. A 3/4 mile long track was laid from Brookwood, where the station was built in 1864 at the companys expense, into the cemetery. The `Necropolis Train ran f...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

BRISTOL AND NORTH SOMERSET RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

Bristol And North Somerset Railway, opened in 1873 from Bristol to Radstock to serve the collieries of the North Somerset coalfield. Passengers ceased to be carried in 1959, and shortly after 1966, mineral traffic ceased and the line was dismantled.

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290

BLACKBURN AND ACCRINGTON RAILWAY

Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The Blackburn and Accrington Railway was opened between the two towns in 1848, although through merger with the East Lancashire Railway in 1849 became part of the Liverpool, Blackburn and Accrington Railway. Between Church and Rishton stations the railway crossed the Aspen River on a trest...

Resource is part of: http://registry.ariadne-infrastructure.eu/collection/22721290