Railway Times (16/Sep/1848) - London and North-Western Railway (Leeds and Dewsbury Section)

The following is a transcription of a historic article and may contain occasional errors.

LONDON and NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY (LEEDS and DEWSBURY SECTION).

The Public are respectfully informed that the LEEDS and DEWSBURY SECTION of the LONDON and NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY, will be OPENED THROUGH out for the conveyance of Passengers between Leeds and Huddersfield on the 18th day of September instant, on and after which day the following Trains will run:—

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All the above trains meet the Lancashire and Yorkshire Company's trains at Mirfield Station for the convenience of passengers going to Manchester, and stations on the Lancashire and Yorkshire line lying westward, or to Wakefield. Pontefract, and Goole, or towns lying eastward of Mirfield. Parcels will be received at the railway station, Wellington road, Leeds; also at the Royal Hotel, Bull and Mouth, and White Horse Coach Offices, Leeds.

For further particulars the public is referred to the time bills issued by the Company, and may be obtained at any of the stations on this section of the line.

By order,
MARK HUISH, General Manager,
Leeds, September 8, 1848.

Railway Times (16/Sep/1848) - London and North-Western Railway (Leeds and Dewsbury Section)

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