Stockport and Woodley Junction Railway
Stockport & Woodley Junction Railway
The Stockport and Woodley Junction Railway was incorporated on 15 May 1860 to build a 3 mi 72 ch (6.3 km) Stockport branch from the main line at Woodley, the first line to be run by what was to become the Cheshire Lines Committee. It was transferred to the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire, and Great Northern Railway companies under Cheshire Lines Transfer Act on 5 July 1865. In 1866 it was joined to the Stockport, Timperley and Altrincham Junction Railway to the west and from Woodley to Godley to the east.
- "Illustrated Interviews - No.23. - Mr. David Meldrum - Manager, Cheshire Lines". Railway Magazine. May 1899. Retrieved 2017-07-24.
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