Your free text search term was WALTON ON THE NAZE.
MISTLEY, THORPE, AND WALTON RAILWAY, a railway in the NE of Essex; from the W end of the Harwich line of the Great Eastern at Mistley, east-south-eastward to Walton-on-the-Naze; with an extension branch into junction with the Tendring Hundred. The main line is 12 miles long; and was authorized in 1863, on a capital of £60,000 in shares, and £20,000 in loans. The extension branch is 2½ miles long; and was authorized in 1864, on a capital of £15,000 in shares, and £5,000 in loans.
(John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72))
|Feature Description:||"a railway" (ADL Feature Type: "railroad features")|
|Administrative units:||Essex AncC|
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