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Morly Low Station with excurtionists rushing to get on a LNWR Blackpool Special at Morley Feast. Towards the end of the 19th century it was common practice for railway companies to put on special trains for a town’s local holiday.

The word ‘Feast'…

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On the line between Leeds and Huddersfield which was originally constructed by the Leeds, Dewsbury & Manchester Railway but acquired by the LNWR by the time it opened in 1848 with the station at Morley, then just Morley. The station de-staffed…

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The station was on the Heaton Lodge & Wortley Railway from Huddersfield to Leeds, which always known as the ‘Leeds New Line’,and it opened at the same time as the line in 1900. Seen here pre-
First World War it only had a short existence being closed…

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The station on the LNWR Leeds-Huddersfield-Manchester line opened in 1848. In 1882 to overcome congestion on the joint approach to Wellington and New Stations the LNWR built a separate approach, which included the Farnley Viaduct, and the station was…

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The station concourse Seen here late 19th or early 20th century and before ticket barriers were erected to the right of the newsagents. The station was accessed by New Station Street off Boar Lane. When it was built in 1869 by the LNWR and NER it…
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