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1854 A junction was made with the [[St. Helens Railway]] at their joint station in Warrington.
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1858 The [[Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway]] planned to take a lease on the [[Warrington and Stockport Railway]]<ref>The Times Jan. 15, 1858</ref>
 
1858 The [[Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway]] planned to take a lease on the [[Warrington and Stockport Railway]]<ref>The Times Jan. 15, 1858</ref>
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1864 The [[St. Helens Railway]] was taken over by the [[London and North Western Railway]].
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For more information, see [http://disused-stations.org.uk/w/warrington_arpley/index.shtml here]and assocated links.
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Latest revision as of 08:35, 5 June 2020

1854 A junction was made with the St. Helens Railway at their joint station in Warrington.

1858 The Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway planned to take a lease on the Warrington and Stockport Railway[1]

1864 The St. Helens Railway was taken over by the London and North Western Railway.

For more information, see hereand assocated links.


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times Jan. 15, 1858