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Haltwhistle To Alston Mineral Railway (United Kingdom)


The 13 mile Haltwhistle to Alston Railway was opened in 1852 to exploit the mineral wealth - including lead, coal and limestone - of Alston Moor. It was closed in 1976.

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Major Mining Region

Haltwhistle To Alston Mineral Railway belongs to the Alston Moor region.

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