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SCARBOROUGH BRANCH RAILWAY

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The Bridlington Branch Railway was authorised to the Hull and Selby Railway on June 29th 1845, the day before the H&SR was taken over by the York and North Midland Railway. On the same day the Y&NM had obtained authorisation for a Scarborough and Bridlington Railway. The combined lines are regarded as the Scarborough Branch Railway. Opening in 1846, it left the Hull and Selby Railway at Dairycoates, but in 1848 the section at Dairycoates closed to passengers, trains being diverted to Paragon Station. The Filey - Bridlington section was completed in 1847.

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