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The Lancastrian (1957-62)

Discussion in 'Bullhead Memories' started by lil Bear, Sep 11, 2020.

  1. lil Bear

    lil Bear Well-Known Member

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    Morning,

    I'm trying to discover the history of THE LANCASTRIAN, which ran from Manchester to London during the specified timeframe.

    Specifically I'm looking for information on its history involving the Churnet Valley Line. We have reports that on occasions the Colne portion was delayed in reaching Stockport, the coaches would be sent on their own to London non-stop travelling via the CVL.

    Is anyone able to give further details? Plus if anyone knows of any pictures that too would be lovely.

    Thanks in Advance
     

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