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Template:North Union Railway 1834 - 1889

North Union Railway
1834 – 1889
Preston
Maxwell House
(
closed
1844
)
Preston
Preston
Butler Street
(ELR)
Victoria Quay goods
Preston
Fishergate Hill
(WLR)
Farrington
(renamed Farington)
Golden Hill
(renamed Leyland)
Euxton junction
Euxton (NUR)
Euxton
Coppull
Chorley
Rawlinson Bridge
Standish Lane
(renamed Standish)
Adlington
White Bear
Blackrod
Red Rock
Boar's Head
Lostock Junction
Bolton Trinity Street
Wigan
Wigan Goods
Springs branch
Ince Moss Junction
Bamfurlong
Goldborne
LNWR Winwick cut-off
(opened 1864)
Preston Junction
(renamed Lowton)
Parkside
(second)
Parkside
(original)
North Union Railway
and predecessor:
Other lines
(not all shown):
Great Central Railway
predecessors:
Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway
and predecessors:
Manchester and Leeds Railway
predecessors:
London and North Western Railway
and predecessors:
Sources: [a]

This is a route-map template for the North Union Railway, a UK railway.

  1. ^
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