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Blyth & Tyne Railway Co

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Date: 1840-1915
History: The Blyth and Tyne Railway was built chiefly to link the collieries in Ashington, Seghill and Blyth to the River Tyne at Percy Main. It later expanded to link Tynemouth and Newcastle upon Tyne, providing a passenger service to Whitley Bay. In 1855 the Newsham to Bedlington line was bought from Bedlington Coal Company and extended to Morpeth in 1858.
Places:
  • Blyth, Northumberland
Functions, occupations and activities: Transport and communications > Railways
Name authority reference: GB/NNAF/C110245 (Former ISAAR ref: GB/NNAF/B10928 )
Collections
  Description Held by Reference Further information
1
1840-70: engineering papers, reports, plans
Northumberland Archives
See Annual report 1979, p23
2
1864-1906: reports and corresp incl carriage rates (with NE Railway)
Northumberland Archives
NRA 4468 Ridley
3
1852-1915: minutes, deeds, agreements, letter books, timetable papers, locomotive and rolling stock records, accountants' records, misc papers
The National Archives
4
1864-1909: plans
Tyne and Wear Archives
NRA 31630 Wilson
5
1856-1858: press copy out-letter book
Tyne and Wear Archives

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