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GCR
ELECTRIFICATION
MAIN LINE RAILWAY STATION
BARNSLEY
RAINHAM
TROWBRIDGE
WARWICKSHIRE
MOORGATE
LONDON MIDLAND
PRINCES RISBOROUGH
CHILTERN RAILWAYS
SEVENOAKS
STROOD
HERNE BAY
GRAND UNION CANAL
LONDON VICTORIA
METROPOLITAN LINE
STATION
EAST COAST MAIN LINE
M1 MOTORWAY
ST PANCRAS
LEICESTER
CHARING
CLAPHAM JUNCTION
PRIVATISATION
BRENTFORD
TOTNES
GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY
LONDON BRIDGE
NORTHERN LINE
LONDON EXTENSION
VIRGIN TRAINS
LOCATION NOTES
FIRST GREAT WESTERN
LONDON EUSTON
WCML
NUNEATON
CIRCLE LINE
DIDCOT
CRS
LEAMINGTON SPA
ETTELBRUCK
GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY
BANBURY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE
NETWORK RAIL
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Midland Main Line is a main railway line in the United Kingdom, part of the British railway system.
  2. The main line is in the process of restoration as a heritage railway. (Web site)
  3. The Main Line is an extraordinary place to call home. (Web site)
  4. The Main Line is a rail line owned and operated by the Long Island Rail Road in the U.S. state of New York. (Web site)
  5. The main line was designed by Isambard-Kingdom-Brunel and opened in stages by the Great-Western-Railway between 1838 and 1841.

Gcr

  1. Upon assuming its new title, the GCR main line ran from Manchester London Road Station via Penistone, Sheffield, Brigg and Grimsby to Cleethorpes. (Web site)

Electrification

  1. Over the coming months we will look at the case for further main-line electrification, including the Midland Main Line from London to Sheffield.

Main Line Railway Station

  1. Huntingdon provides secondary schooling and further facilities including main line railway station with access to London in under the hour. (Web site)

Barnsley

  1. A second line left the main line at Penistone and served Barnsley, Doncaster and Scunthorpe before rejoining the Grimsby line at Barnetby.

Rainham

  1. Gillingham (Kent) railway station on the Chatham Main Line, serves the town of Gillingham, north Kent, between Chatham and Rainham.

Trowbridge

  1. Trowbridge has a railway station on the Wessex Main Line. (Web site)

Warwickshire

  1. This 2-4-0 side tank main line locomotive was photographed at the Stratford & Midland Junction Railway station at Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire.

Moorgate

  1. In the other direction, trains from Moorgate came off the Widened Lines via the Hotel Curve, with platform 16 rising to the main line level. (Web site)

London Midland

  1. The line was transferred to the London Midland Region of British Railways and listed as duplicate of the Midland Main Line. (Web site)

Princes Risborough

  1. Princes Risborough station is a railway station on the Chiltern Main Line that serves the town of Princes Risborough in Buckinghamshire, England. (Web site)

Chiltern Railways

  1. The station is currently operated by Chiltern Railways, lying on the Chiltern Main Line, and has four platforms in use. (Web site)

Sevenoaks

  1. The property is located within a mile of Sevenoaks main line station & town centre and offers potential for further improvement.

Strood

  1. The property is approximately within 1 mile of local Schools and Strood's main line station. (Web site)

Herne Bay

  1. Herne Bay is a railway station on the Chatham Main Line in North Kent serving the town of Herne Bay.

Grand Union Canal

  1. As the main line from London to the Midlands, the Grand Union Canal was once one of the busiest in the country. (Web site)

London Victoria

  1. Whitstable railway station is on the Chatham Main Line, which runs between Ramsgate in East Kent and London Victoria.

Metropolitan Line

  1. Amersham is linked to London by the Metropolitan Line of London Underground and is the last station on the Metropolitan main line.

Station

  1. Horley main line station offers regular train services directly into London and Brighton.Free 24 hour transfers to and from Gatwick Airport. (Web site)

East Coast Main Line

  1. It is a major passenger interchange between the East Coast Main Line, Cross-Country services, and local services running across the North of England.

M1 Motorway

  1. The city is close to the M1 motorway, and is on the Midland Main Line from London St Pancras International to Sheffield, Nottingham and Leeds.

St Pancras

  1. The MR's main line known unsurprisingly as the Midland Main Line connected London St Pancras station to the East Midlands and to Sheffield Midland station.

Leicester

  1. East Midlands Trains InterCity services from Sheffield, Nottingham and Leicester run through at high speed on the Midland Main Line, but do not stop.

Charing

  1. Waterloo East is a through station, the last stop on the South Eastern Main Line prior to the terminus at Charing Cross. (Web site)

Clapham Junction

  1. A couple of miles from the Waterloo terminus, the line is joined by the Brighton Main Line, and both lines stop at Clapham Junction. (Web site)

Privatisation

  1. However, privatisation intervened, and the Great Western Main Line was the only other line to be equipped with ATP. (Web site)

Brentford

  1. The branch extended from Southall on the main line to Brentford Docks on the River Thames, a total distance of some 4 miles.

Totnes

  1. Totnes (Littlehempston) station is located on the east bank of the River Dart, adjacent to the main line railway.

Great Western Railway

  1. Maidenhead Railway Bridge is a railway bridge carrying the main line of the Great Western Railway over the River Thames in Maidenhead, Berkshire, England. (Web site)

London Bridge

  1. The town enjoys good rail and road links with Redhill main line station providing services to London Bridge in approximately 30 minutes.

Northern Line

  1. It is between Camden Town and Tufnell Park on the Northern line and between West Hampstead and St. Pancras International stations on the main line.

London Extension

  1. Ten years later, the London Extension passed to the Midland Region of BR, and from this point on was considered to be a duplicate main line. (Web site)

Virgin Trains

  1. The current principal train operating company on the West Coast Main Line is Virgin Trains, which runs the majority of long-distance services on the route.

Location Notes

  1. Location Notes: Situated on the main line from South Wales to England, just to the East of the Severn Tunnel. (Web site)

First Great Western

  1. About half of the services are operated by First Great Western, including main line services from London Paddington station to Plymouth and Penzance.

London Euston

  1. The main railway line remains, electrified in the 1960s and is now part of the West Coast Main Line running 125mph trains from London Euston to Glasgow. (Web site)

Wcml

  1. The West Coast Main Line (WCML) is one of the most important intercity railway lines in the United Kingdom, part of the British railway system.

Nuneaton

  1. I shall then speak about the west coast main line and lastly about local services, particularly the Nuneaton to Coventry service. (Web site)

Circle Line

  1. From Liverpool Street underground travel 6 stops on the Circle Line to arrive at London Victoria main line station.

Didcot

  1. Didcot has developed as a major junction between the Great Western Main Line and the route to Oxford and the Midlands. (Web site)

Crs

  1. CRS code: HND HANWELL [Hanwell & Elthorne] (19 images) A three-platform, former GWR station of 1877 on the main line outside London.

Leamington Spa

  1. At its height, as well as the West Coast Main Line, Rugby station served railway lines to Leicester, Leamington Spa, and Peterborough via Market Harborough.

Ettelbruck

  1. Ettelbruck is a junction, with the main line heading further northwards, towards Gouvy and Wiltz, and a branch line connecting to Diekirch. (Web site)

Great Central Railway

  1. In 1900 the Great Central Railway opened a branch line to Banbury from Culworth Junction on the main line.

Banbury

  1. The Oxford to Banbury spur would then be handed over to the Chiltern Main Line to create a diversionary loop from Princes Risborough to Banbury via Oxford.

Northamptonshire

  1. Weedon, Northamptonshire on the West Coast Main Line has been the site of two serious derailments in 1915 and 1951, killing 10 and 15 people respectively.

Network Rail

  1. It is one of 17 British railway stations managed by Network Rail, and is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Science > Industry > Transportation > Railway
  2. Line
  3. Tour Operators > Travel > Trains
  4. Cities > Capitals > London > East London
  5. Standard Gauge

Related Keywords

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