Manchester and Southport Railway
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|Manchester and Southport Railway|
|Locale||North West England|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm
(4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)
The Manchester and Southport Railway in England opened on 9 April 1855. It merged with the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway in January 1885. The route is still in use to day as Northern Rail's Manchester to Southport Line.
- Manchester Victoria railway station.
- Junction with Liverpool and Bury Railway.
- Burscough Junction with the Liverpool, Ormskirk and Preston Railway.
- Junction with Liverpool, Southport and Preston Junction Railway.
- Southport Chapel Street.
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