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Stockton and Hartlepool Railway


The Stockton and Hartlepool Railway was a branch line from Billingham to the docks at Hartlepool, which connected with the Clarence Railway. The line opened for goods traffic in 1840 and was opened to passengers on the 9th of February 1841. In 1852 it was subsumed into the West Hartlepool Harbour and Railway.

Railway Throston Engine House 1840 Billingham Hartlepool Greatham Parish, 1848 Clarence Railway
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Stockton and Hartlepool Railway
- "This line ran from Billingham to Hartlepool as an extension to the Clarence Railway and opened for goods traffic in 1840 and passengers a year later. Messrs. George Leather and ...

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Billingham
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Billingham
- Overview About Billingham Map Billingham is a town in Teesside in the unitary authority of Stockton-on-Tees and in the ceremonial county of County Durham. Billingham existed as a separate village, thought to be founded ...
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Clarence Railway
- Overview About the Clarence Railway   The Clarence Railway was an early railway company that operated in north-east England between 1833 and 1853. The railway was built to take coal ...
Hartlepool
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Hartlepool
- Overview History Timeline Map Street View   Hartlepool is a town in County Durham on the North Sea coast of North East England, north of Middlesbrough and south of Sunderland. ...
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Throston Engine House, Hartlepool

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