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MIDLAND AND GREAT NORTHERN JOINT RAILWAY

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The Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway was a joint venture to link the Spalding and Bourne Railway with the Midland Railway at Saxby, and opened in 1894. It was a major cross country route, avoiding Peterborough, but succumbed to rationalisation in 1959.

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