Railway Times (04/Sep/1847) - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway

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LANCASHIRE AND YORKSHIRE RAILWAY.

Huddersfield and Sheffield Railway. — All the works on this line are steadily proceeding, with the exception of the Huddersfield viaduct and the junction at Paddock, which is awaiting a decision as to property. The large timber viaduct at Denby Dale is nearly completed. The work has been continued at the tunnels, and also at the Lockwood and Penistone viaducts, and since my last report a large portion of earthwork has been done.

Railway Times (04/Sep/1847) - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway

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