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Eastern Counties Railway

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Alan Patient of

Eastern Counties Railway

Group  From 20/6/1839  To 1862

Categories: Transport

Railway line, originally intended to link London with Ipswich via Colchester and then onwards to Norwich and Yarmouth. Construction began in 1837 but was beset by engineering and other problems, and only went as far as Colchester. It eventually was amalgamated with a number of other East Anglian railways to form the Great Eastern Railway.

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Eastern Counties Railway

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Stratford Depot

Other sources give varying opening and closing dates for the depot.

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