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GRIMSBY AND NEW HOLLAND RAILWAY

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The Grimsby and New Holland Railway was built as part of a more complex scheme of the Great Grimsby and Sheffield Junction Railway Company to develop the South Humber area and provide links to Hull. Opened in 1848, it was absorbed by the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway Company. New Holland then became the Eastern terminal of the MS&LR, Grimsby being regarded as a branch line, passengers changing at Ulceby.

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