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Byers Green Branch of the Clarence Railway

R. S. Abley

Byers Green Branch of the Clarence Railway

by R. S. Abley

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Published by Durham County Local History Society in [Durham City, England] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clarence Railway.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesByers Green Branch.
    StatementR.S. Abley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTF64.C5 A25 1975
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2982432M
    LC Control Number84233317

    • CLARENCE O BYERS User-Added Information: Clarence O. Byers was the brother of my paternal grandmother, Nina Byers Heitman. I would like to connect with family members of Clarence. - submitted by Dixie Lee (Heitman) on 11/25/ CLARENCE BYERS. Byers Green Club – North Street, DL16 7PU Byers Green – rated based on 14 reviews "This is a great local venue and fully equipped for all needs."/5(14).

    This book uses sidebars, full-color photographs, and primary sources to explore the life and accomplishments of Justice Clarence Thomas. It highlights his reputation for verbal silence and written dissent, and dives into his judicial philosophy. The Elham Valley Railway. Brian Hart pages Hardback A much enlarged edition of an early Wild Swan title, Brian's usual delightful mix of social and railway history, recounting the fascinating story of a by now obscure line that was built as a main route along the battle lines between two warring Victorian railway companies.

    The Railway Series, or the Thomas the Tank Engine series, is a set of story books about a railway system located on the fictional Island of Sodor. There are 42 books in the series, the first being published in Twenty-six were written by the Rev. Wilbert Awdry, up to A further 16 were written by his son, Christopher Awdry; 14 between. Durham, Byers Green, Bus Trip to Scotland in The above image of people from Byers Green is kindly shared with us from the collection of Mr Trevor Storey. The picture was taken on a bus trip to Scotland, as they were approaching Balloch. Trevor believes that the building in the background may be the Loch Lomond Hotel.


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Byers Green Branch of the Clarence Railway by R. S. Abley Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Byers-Green branch of the Clarence railway diverges from the Durham branch at Ferry Hill, about 6 miles distant, and terminates at this place. A district church dedicated to St. Peter has been built, and endowed by the Bishop of Durham, for the townships of Byers.

Byers Green station, after closure in Maylooking north towards Spennymoor and Ferryhill. Photograph by Ben Brooksbank. Byers Green was opened in by the Clarence Railway, after it opened its Byers Green branch from Ferryhill in From it became a junction station, between the Clarence and the West Durham Railway towards ng code: Tudhoe St.

Charles School Spennymoor : The Byers Green Branch of the Clarence Railway. Durham County Local History Society, : Spennymoor in old picture postcards. European Library, Zaltbommel, Netherlands : Tudhoe St.

Charles Parish Spennymoor Byers Green railway station was a railway station in the village of Byers Green in County Durham, Northeast England. The station was opened by the Clarence Railway, after it opened its Byers Green branch from Ferryhill in From it became a junction station, between the Clarence and the West Durham Railway towards Crook.

Byers Green is a village in County Durham, in England. It is situated to the north of Bishop Auckland, between Willington and Spennymoor, and a short distance from the River Wear.

For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Byers Green. The History of the Urban District of Spennymoor with occasional references to Kirk Merrington, Middlestone, Westerton, Byers Green, Page Bank, Croxdale and Ferryhill.

[2nd Edition ]. [2nd Edition ]. Clarence backed in this struggle by Stockton and Hartlepool Railway which it was leased to from August 30 June Stockton and Hartlepool and Hartlepool and West Harbour & Dock Co merged along with purchase of Clarence Railway.

Whole concern merged with North Eastern Railway in - Byers Green Colliery was re-opened. This colliery had been drowned out for two or three years. - Brockwell seam abandoned - All the mineral being worked out or exhausted.31 Oct - Beaumont, Harvey, Busty, Five Quarter, High Main, Hutton, Main seams abandoned Miscellaneous Notes and Incidents for Byers Green Colliery.

Clarence Raymond Byers was born on month dayat birth place, Illinois, to Clarence Byers and Lela Beatrice Byers. Clarence had 3 sisters: Dorothy H Byers and 2 other siblings.

Clarence married Dorothy Marie Byers on month dayat age 20 at marriage place, Illinois. Clarence Railway and the Stockton and Hartlepool Railway at Stockton, The. CLARENCE RAILWAY: Boundary stones, Buyers Green branch. /51 /59 /14 /68 /17 /89 /97 /20 /14 /6 Billingham & Port Clarence. /36, /58 Classes, Locomotive: See Locomotives.

Cleveland Extension Mineral Railway. -Acts of Par!. The village my dear mam, Margaret Kirkup (née Talbot) was born and raised. The Railway joins the Byers' Green branch of the Clarence about yards from the colliery, from whence to the Docks at West Hartlepool and to Port Clarence on the Tees, the distance is respectively 24 and 21 miles, where all the Coals from this pit are shipped.

Byers Green, Binchester & Newfield, Durham, Durham. likes 21 talking about this were here. This page is for residents, local businesses, clubs, organisations and local people to share 5/5.

Parish History [edit | edit source]. BYERS-GREEN, a township, in the parish of St. Andrew Auckland, union of Auckland, S. division of Darlington ward, S. division of the county of Durham, 4 miles (N. E.) from Bishop-Auckland. Additional information: The name was first recorded in as Byres and in as Byres Greine; byres is Old English meaning cowsheds with the addition of Middle.

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miles away. Had some word signs done for my bathroom. Quick great prices and really gave the finishing touches. Top designer clothing shops in. "The Byers Green branch is a mineral railway, and is used exclusively for mineral traffic. There are five sidings about three-quarters of a mile from each other, into which the empty trains proceeding up the branch ought to shunt, if they perceive a loaded train coming down the branch ; but if an engine without a train coming down the branch meets a train of empty waggons the engine should shunt.

Welcome to Byers Green in County Durham, a quiet village situated between Durham and Bishop Auckland. The Old Hall, Grade 2 Listed, and Old Hall Cottages are to the North edge of the village above the River Wear, with no through traffic to the site.

Following the success of. An extension of the Byers Green branch was opened in by the independent West Durham Railway to serve collieries in Weardale. The Stockton and Hartlepool Railway opened in to connect the Clarence to Hartlepool Docks and the Hartlepool West Harbour & Dock opened in.

About Us Welcome to the official website for Byers Green Football Club. As a long established youth football club Byers Green FC is dedicated to the development of both football and social skills of players of all abilities in a safe and enjoyable environment where respect is promoted and expected.

It would appear that the Clarence Railway Act gave the Clarence Railway powers to construct branches to Wingate for the City of Durham, Sherburn and Byers Green. Byers Green of these was the only one to have reached its intended destination.

The City of Durham branch was only opened as far as Thrislington and the Sherburn branch was only.Originally named Byers Hall, then Byers Green Hall from the 16th century, the Grade 2 listed house stands in a three acre walled garden with mature trees on high ground on the north edge of the village adjacent to an ancient hedged lane leading to what in the past was a ford on the River Wear giving access to Brancepeth Castle.It was a branch of the Clarence Railway from Teesside called the Byers Green branch that brought about the town’s birth, facilitating the opening of the iron works and associated collieries.

Several new mines exclusively linked to branches of this line soon opened up.