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    The first proper railway was the Liverpool and...

    The first proper railway was the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, which opened on September 15, 1830 with ceremonial trains leaving from Edge Hill in Liverpool. By "proper", I mean:

    steam...
  2. Thread: Derelict Pubs

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    Forgive me if I'm out of place here, but it seems...

    Forgive me if I'm out of place here, but it seems to me that there is a virtually unlimited amount of redevelopment money available to put up hideous, shoddy glass modern buildings that are unlikely...
  3. Thread: Dockland images

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    Where is the fourth picture, with the overhead...

    Where is the fourth picture, with the overhead walkway between the two buildings, taken? Thanks.
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    My understanding is that Crown Street was the...

    My understanding is that Crown Street was the first railway station in the world, opening on the Liverpool-Manchester Railway -- the world's first -- in 1830. It was superceded just a few years later...
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