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Consett to South Shields [JL 51.446]
 
 
Consett to South Shields
Consett to South Shields
£18.95
 
Subtitled: Via Beamish

The Consett to South Shields line was built in 1834 as a coal railway. Even when the early inclines were replaced by deviations, the gradients were severe. Iron ore trains storming the banks to Consett attracted many enthusiasts. Beamish is now the site of a major open-air museum reliving the achievements of the North East.

Locations covered in this book:
Annfield Plain
Beamish
Beamish Museum
Beamish Railway
Biddick Lane Signal Box
Boldon
Boldon Colliery
Brockley Whins
Chichester (South Shields)
Consett
Consett () site
Consett North Junction
Consett North Signal Box
Consett Steel Works
Durham Pike Signal Box
Grange Villa coal washery
Green Lane Junction
Handen Hold coal washery
Hedworth Lane Signal Box
Leadgate
Medomsley Branch
Oxhill Signal Box
Pelton
Pelton Level
Port of Tyne
Shield Row
South Medomsley Colliery
South Medomsley Signal Box
South Pelaw
South Pelaw Colliery
South Shields
Stanley Incline
Stella Gill
Templeton
Three Horse Shoes Signal Box
Tyne Dock
Tyne Dock Shed
Waldridge Incline
Washington


Roger Darsley
240 x 174 mm
Hardback
96 Pages
120 Photographs
Large Scale Maps
ISBN: 978 1 906008 57 4

 

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