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CXXV. MANCHESTER TO YORK (THROUGH HUDDERSFIELD AND
NORMANTON), BY RAILWAY, 68 Miles.
CXXVI. MANCHESTER TO SHEFFIELD, GAINSBOROUGH, HULL, AND
GRIMSBY, BY RAILWAY, 1107 Miles.
ON RIGHT FRON NANC.
ON LEFT FROX VANC
From London road
Station, Manchester, Line of Manchester
to and Birmingham rail
Ardwick St. way, to Crewe.
Through short tunnel. Openshaw.
Manchester and AskGorton House. 1063 Fairfield St.
Branch to Ashton ! Denton, 1} mile, and 105; Guide Bridge Junction 5
mile, and Staley Borda lear it, Haughton Hall.
33 ton Canal.
1$ mile. Dukinfield Hall.
cr. river Tame and Peak Forest Canal.
Dužin'ield, a popaku
ON RIGUT FROM MANC.
ON LEFT FROM MANC
Enter Cheshire. Hyde, 1 mile, a consi-1021 Newton St.
suburb of Ashton, the derable place, devoted al
people of which are enmost entirely to the cot
gaged in various branches ton manufacture. Pop.
of the cotton manufac1851, 10,051. Hyde Hall, E. H./1001||
Mottram St. | 10 ture. (See Ashton, p. 344.)
Mottram in LongdenClarke, Esq.
a cr. river Etherow
dale, 1 mile; 4 mile beGlossop, Duke of Nor
L and enter Derbyshire. yond, Thorncliffe Hall. folk, 11 mile. Branch railway to
Melandra Castle, the 987) Dinting Junction St. 12 site of a Roman camp. Glossop, 1 mile. 971 Hadfield St. | 123
The elevated valley Through Longdendale.
through which the line Mouslow Castle, an an
the valley in which the river here runs is enclosed on cient site.
either hand by the monnThis tunnel is near the point of junction of the
A cr. river Etherow, tains of the Pennine counties of Chester, York, and re-enter Cheshire, range. and Derby, one end be
Woodhead St. | 191) Woodhead, 14 mile. ing in Cheshire, and the
2) miles distant is other in Yorkshire: it
5192 yards (nearly 3 miles) Holme Moss, over which passes under a bleak hilly
the Huddersfield turumoor, covered with dark
pike road passes, at an heath and bog. It was six Dunford Bridge St. 222 elevation of 1859'feet. years in progress of formation, and 3485 barrels
Along valley of river of gunpowder were con
Don, Yorkshire, sutaed in blasting the which the line follows the rosks through which it whole way to Sheffield. passes.
851 Hazlehead Bridge St. Penistone is a small market town on the 821 Penistone Junction and I 28
Silkstone, 27 m. and banks of the Don; it is
beyond Cannon Hall, G. situated in a wild and
cr. river Don. Spencer Stanhope, Esq. dreary district, and the
Thurgoland. Thoors to the westward
Wortley Hall, Lord hare a bleak and barren
Wharncliffe :-21 miles aspect. Pop. of parish,
beyond, Wentworth Cas5907.
tle, F. W. T. V. Went.
worth, Esq. Bolsterstone. 761) Deep Car St.
Wharncliffe Park, Lord Wharncliffe.
Ecclesfield. 3 miles, and beyond, the Grangel
(Earl of Effingham.) Hillsborough Hall. 1714)
67 miles, Wentworth Wadsley Bridge St. 1383 House and Park, Ear)|
Oughty Bridge St.
cr. river Rother and
Aston and Aston Hall. line of Midland Railway,
near the Woodhouse,
631 Woodhouse Junction 47
581 Kiveton Park St. 52 Kiseton Park. Wales.
Walling Wells, Sir T.
W. White, Bart. Shireoaks Park.
Shireoaks St. Chesterfield Canal.
Gateford Hall. Worksop Manor and
WORKSOP St. Park, Duke of Newcastle,
(see p. 368.) and beyond, Welbeck
Osberton Hall, G. SI Abbey, Duke of Port
cr. river Ryton and
Foljambe, Esq. land." Macclesfield Canal.
Ranby Hall, Duke of Clumber, Duke of
A cr. river Idle. Newcastle, and beyond,
Babworth Hall, H. B. Thoresby, Earl Manvers.
Great Northern Rail The Elms.
way to Doncaster and York.
Chesterfield Canal. Grove Hall, G. E. Har.
Clareborough. court Vernon, Esq. 11 m. 391 Sturton St. 70
N. and S. Wheatley. West Burton.
Bole. cr, river Trent, and
enter Lincolnshire. Somerby Park, Sir 253 GAINSBOROUGH Thos. Beckett, Bart., 2001
(p. 419.) miles. Thouock Hall, H. 31 Blyton St.
Laughton, 2 miles. Bacon Hickman, Esq. Pilham.
Northorpe St. 827 Scotton, 2 miles. Kirton in Lindsey is a small town 17 miles KIRTON LINDSEY St. north of Lincoln, beauti. fully situated on the summit of a hill. It has
Cross line of ancient a fine church, of early
Redbourne Hall, Duke 22 Scawby and Hibaldstow 887) Scawby, l} mile. of St. Albans, l} m.
Scawby Hall, Sir J. Nelthorpe, Bart
Manby Hall, (Earl o cr. river Ancholme.
Yarborough) 4 m. Caistor, 10 miles. 197) BRIGG St. (see p. 419.) 91 Barton on Humber (by
road) 11 miles.
Elsham Hall, T. G
Corbett, Esq. Line from Lincoln ana| 154 Barnetby Junction. 1944 Meltoa Ross.
CXXVIL LONDON TO LEEDS, BY LEICESTER, DERBY, AND CHESTERFIELD
(MIDLAND RAILWAY), 2057 Miles.
ON RIGHT FROM LOND.
ON LEFT FROM LOND.
From London, by North
| Leave main line 01
North Western Railway. Ragby Lodge, T. Cal. Leaving Rugby, pass
Holbrook Grange. decott, Esq.
through Gilcorner tunnel, Newbold, Sir T. G 300 feet long.
Skipwith, Bart., and beCotton House.
yond Combe Abbey (Earl
Craven.) Ashby Parva.
. 1 904 Newnham-Paddox, Earl| (Leicestershire.)
of Denbigh. (From London, 91 miles ;
1051 Wigston St.
100 yards in length. To Uppingham, 21 m.;
Brannston Hall, c. to Melton Mowbray, 141
Winstanley, Esq. 1021 LEICESTER (p. 354.) 1021 To Hirkley, 12 m.; tol
Ashby-de-la-Zouch, 17 m.
Barkby Hall, W. Pool oral chin, Esq.
Birstall Honse, and 1107} beyond, Bradgate Park./