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Railways in the Peak District: A History

The Peak District has always been a formidable barrier to transport links across it, particularly railways. The first crude horse-drawn tramways fed canals on its eastern and western flanks.

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but in 1830 only five years after the Stockton & Darlington Railway opened a standard gauge line climbed over the top of the Peak District and down the other side on fearsome inclines to connect canals at Cromford and Whaley Bridge.

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Railways in the Peak District: A History

Railways in the Peak District: A History

The Peak District has always been a formidable barrier to transport links across it, particularly railways. The first crude horse-drawn tramways fed canals on its eastern and western flanks.

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