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LYRS 2595 - Hughes 0-4-0RM No 4 at West Vale Station. An intermediate Station on the Stainland Branch.

The Stainland Branch left the Calder Valley Main Line at Greetland and opened in 1875 up to near Brookroyd Mills at Holywell Green, whose owners,…

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LYRS 0657a - Hughes 0-4-0RM No 11 at Sowerby Bridge. The branch line from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden opened in 1878 and on to Rishworth in 1881. The original intention had been to tunnel under Blackstone Edge and re-join the Manchester line near…

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LYRS 1391 - Hughes 0-4-0RM No 1 heading west at Watson's Crossing, a Halt on the Rishworth Branch. The Branch from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden opened in 1878 and on to Rishworth in 1881. The original intention had been to tunnel under Blackstone Edge…

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LYRS 0671 - Hughes 0-4-0RM No 10 at Triangle Station. The carriages to the right were just stored and only one track had been used. Railmotors, short tank engines with a carriage attached, seen here, were introduced on the Rishworth Branch in 1907…

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LYRS 0656 - Hughes 0-4-0RM at Triangle Station. Railmotors, short tank engines with a carriage attached, seen here, were introduced on the Rishworth Branch in 1907 in response to competition from electric trams. As a result of further competition…

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LYRS 0654. Hughes 0-4-0RM No 3 at Rishworth. The branch line from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden opened in 1878 and on to Rishworth in 1881. The original intention had been to tunnel under Blackstone Edge and re-join the Manchester line near Smithy…
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