Document referenceQDP(M) 107
TitleStockton and Darlington Railway plan : North Riding Quarter Sessions
DescriptionNew branches, deviations of roads, additional lands, alteration of shares and increase of capital, amendment of acts.
Includes branch to communicate with the authorized Darlington and Barnard Castle railway; branch to shorten and improve the Wear Valley railway near Waskerley, county Durham; branch from the Wear Valley railway near Towlaw to the Wear Valley railway near Wolsingham; branch from the Wear Valley railway near Crook to Stanley and Wooley and diversion of highway from Crook to Billy Row and Steel House; land at Hownes Gill, county Durham for erection of a bridge; diversion of Boroughbridge to Durham Turnpike road in the parish of Darlington; private road from Ormesby to Cleveland Port to be converted into a public highway; land at Cleveland Port for general purposes and land at South Stockton for stations and general purposes. Engineers: John Dixon and William Cudworth.
Date1854
LevelItem
Catalogue statusCatalogued
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