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Hayle Railway linked the Camborne and Redruth mining district to the port of Hayle  
 
Hayle Railway linked the Camborne and Redruth mining district to the port of Hayle  
  
Opened 1834.  
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1834 Line opened.  
  
 
1837 The Portreath branch was constructed, intended to capture the trade of the rich mines in the district north of Carn Brea.
 
1837 The Portreath branch was constructed, intended to capture the trade of the rich mines in the district north of Carn Brea.
  
1839 Purchased by the [[West Cornwall Railway]].
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1845 Application made to Parliament to sell the company to the [[West Cornwall Railway]] and then disincorporate the company<ref>The London Gazette  13 November 1845</ref>.
  
1846 West Cornwall Railway replaces Hayle Railway
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1846 West Cornwall Railway replaced the Hayle Railway
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 12:47, 19 January 2020

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Aug 1935. Showing the Hayle Railway Route and West Cornwall Railway route.

Hayle Railway linked the Camborne and Redruth mining district to the port of Hayle

1834 Line opened.

1837 The Portreath branch was constructed, intended to capture the trade of the rich mines in the district north of Carn Brea.

1845 Application made to Parliament to sell the company to the West Cornwall Railway and then disincorporate the company[1].

1846 West Cornwall Railway replaced the Hayle Railway

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The London Gazette 13 November 1845
  • Cornish Mining [1]