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SPALDING AND BOURNE RAILWAY

ALTERNATIVE NAME:  MIDLAND AND EASTERN RAILWAY
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The Spalding and Bourne Railway was authorised in 1862 and opened in 1866. It became part of the Midland and Eastern Railway, with further intentions to extend westwards to Saxby on the Kettering and Nottingham Line, but this was opposed by the GNR, which granted running powers from Bourne to Stamford instead. In 1893 it became part of the Midland and Great Northern Railway (Linear 1005) which opened its direct Bourne - Saxby line in 1894. The line closed in 1959.

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