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Rosedale Branch
(North Yorkshire and Cleveland Railway)

This line is closed. It was built to take Iron Ore from Rosedale to Ironworks in County Durham.

It included a major Incline at Ingleby. The line did not carry passengers. There was a locomotive shed at Rosedale and a further one at Battersby.

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Act 23 July 1858
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Opened 27 March 1861
Closed

June 1929

Clickable map of the Rosedale Branch.

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This line served iron ore mines in the Yorkshire Moors.

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Description of route

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From Rosedale to Battersby.


Page created on 10/05/2000
Page last edited on: 02/04/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford