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GOATHLAND BANK TOP STATION

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A building which was probably the original Bank Top railway station of 1836-1865 serving the water-driven rope hoist which hauled the early horse-drawn coaches up the adjacent steep Incline of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. It passed into private ownership circa 1913.

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