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Bought this book online as my interest in the Oxford Worcester & Wolverhampton Railway is primarily between Stourbridge Junction and Wolverhampton. Although the book is a nice work, there is just one photo of Stourbridge Junction, and that is listed on the "addendum" page at the rear of the book with the only other photo taken north of 3/5(3). Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway Company: Oxford to Brentford Railway: Records Description: This series contains parliamentary bill papers containing the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway Company's proposed extension to Brentford. Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway Company, Physical description: The Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton Railway The original GWR lines into Wolverhampton. On 4th August a Bill was passed that authorised the company to construct a line from the Oxford & Rugby Railway at Wolvercot Junction to Worcester, Stourbridge, Dudley, and Wolverhampton, with a branch to the Grand Junction Railway at Bushbury. §Lord Ingestre, in rising to move the reception of the Report on the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Railway Bill, said that he had given the comparative merits of the broad and narrow gauges his best consideration; and he had no hesitation in giving his opinion that the former was the matter was one of national interest, and also of local interest to the county which he.
Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton Railway - Improvements & Branches - November Drawn up by - John Fowler, Engineer, and contains the following: A) Alterations in Kingswinford Branches. B) Alterations in Kingswinford Branch. C) Alterations in Kingswinford Branch, Line to Himley. D) Siding to Woodside Iron Works. Round Oak and Brettel Lane stations of the Oxford, Worcester, and Wolverhampton Railway. These two stations are situated, respectively at 23/4, and 4 miles to the south of Dudley, and at 25, and /4 miles to the north of Worcester. The line runs between them, for a mile and a quarter, over a. The Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway was authorised as a broad gauge line on 4 August Its line was to be 89 miles in length, connecting to the Great Western Railway at Wolvercot Junction, just north of : Network Rail. A Bill authorising construction of a line from the Oxford and Rugby Railway at Wolvercote Junction to Worcester, Stourbridge, Dudley and Wolverhampton with a branch to the Grand Junction Railway at Bushbury was passed on 4th August
THE OXFORD WORCESTER AND WOLVER. Railway Record, Vol Issues Full view - Railway Record, Volume 12 shareholders Sheffield Shrewsbury South Wales South Yorkshire station Street tion traffic returns week West Western Company Wheal Wolverhampton Worcester York and North. HC Deb 20 June vol 81 cc § The Report on the Oxford and Rugby Railway Bill was brought up. § On the Question that the Amendment made by the Committee be read a second time, § Mr. Lockhart. The Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway (OW&W, OWW, or OWWR) was an independent railway company that was formed to build a railway between its three named cities, authorised on 4 August It began at Wolvercot Junction, near Oxford, from which it ran North-West through Honeybourne. THE OXFORD WORCESTER & WOLVERHAMPTON RAILWAY. This is a page A4 size book that contains a wealth of detail together with many illustrations by well known photographers including Michael Mensing. The odd glitch such as placing Astwood Halt further away from Worcester .