Railway Times (02/May/1846) - Huddersfield and Manchester Railway Company

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HUDDERSFIELD AND MANCHESTER RAILWAY COMPANY.

Notice is hereby given, That a Special General Meeting of the Proprietors of the Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal Company will be held at the Guildhall, in Huddersfield, on the 4th day of June next, at Twelve o’Clock in the day, for the purpose of submitting for the approval of the proprietors of the said Company the drafts of the following Bills now before Parliament, that is to say —

“A Bill for enabling the Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal Company to make a branch railway from their main line of railway to Bradford.”

“A Bill for enabling the Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal Company to divert their main line of railway in Huddersfield, and to make a branch therefrom near Cooper Bridge, in the township of Huddersfield.”

“A Bill for enabling the Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal Company to make a branch railway from their main line of railway to Oldham.” And

“A Bill to enable the Manchester and Leeds Railway Company to make several branch railways, and to authorise the amalgamation of certain other Companies with such Company.”

WILLIAM ALDAM, jun., Chairman.
JOSEPH BROOK, Deputy Chairman.
WILLIAM GILMER, Secretary.

Huddersfield, 30th April, 1846.

Railway Times (02/May/1846) - Huddersfield and Manchester Railway Company

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