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LANCASTER AND CARLISLE RAILWAY, a railway in Lancashire, Westmoreland, and Cumberland; from Lancaster to Carlisle. It has a length of 70 miles; and is continuous, at the S end, with the Lancaster and Preston,at the N end, with the Caledonian. It was authorized in 1844 for a single line; but was made double at the authorizing of the Caledonian. It became connected, in 1847, with the Kendal and Windermere; it acquired authority in 1857, for a connecting line from Tebay to Ingleton; and it was leased in 1859, for 900 years, to the Northwestern.
(John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72))
|Feature Description:||"a railway" (ADL Feature Type: "railroad features")|
|Administrative units:||Lancashire AncC|
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