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POTTERIES BIDDULPH AND CONGLETON RAILWAY

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The Potteries, Biddulph and Congleton Railway was a branch of the North Staffordshire Railway. It was authorised in 1854, opening for goods in 1859 and passengers in 1864. The line from Congleton to Biddulph closed completely in 1968. The line from Congleton to Milton Junction has been dismantled, and the rest remains in use as a mineral railway from Leek.

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