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North Sunderland Railway

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The Four Mile Railway (1928)

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North Sunderland Railway, 1920's - Film 15980

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North Sunderland Railway EM gauge

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Northern Rail service class 158 stops at Sunderland train station *Lots of thrash*

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Trains at: Sunderland (29/12/18)

The North Sunderland Railway was a railway line in Northumberland, England. It was opened in 1898, and ran from Chathill to Seahouses, with an intermediate station at North Sunderland. Chathill was on the main line of the North Eastern Railway between Morpeth and Berwick. The branch was four miles in length and a single track with standard gauge track.
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