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Barnsley Coal Railway (United Kingdom)

The first section of the line to open was that from Stairfoot to Applehaigh (just north of Notton and Royston station) in 1870 so that Rosa Colliery could be served.
GR. Roston Station

Photos of Barnsley Coal Railway

Historic Photographs Of Barnsley Coal
Historic Photographs Of Barnsley Coal (11 photos)
Last updated October 5th 2011 by alanburtz01
Photographs Of Barnsley Coal
Photographs Of Barnsley Coal (1 photo)
Last updated August 14th 2010 by alanburtz01

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Major Mining Region

Barnsley Coal Railway belongs to the South Yorkshire region.

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