4 edition of The Local Posts of the Midland Counties to 1840. found in the catalog.
The Local Posts of the Midland Counties to 1840.
|Contributions||Midland (GB) Postal History Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||368|
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"THE LOCAL POSTS OF THE MIDLAND COUNTIES TO " BY THE MIDLAND POSTAL HISTORY SOCIETY (). A fine copy of this excellent reference book detailing the development of the local posts in Birmingham, Derbyshire, Glos, Herefordshire, Leics, Northants, Notts, Shrops, Staffs, Warks and Worcs.
Ringbound ( pages). (Ref ). Old maps of Midland County on Old Maps Online. Discover the past of Midland County on historical maps. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
The Midland Counties' Railway Companion: With Topographical Descriptions of Item Preview Publisher E. Allen Collection americana Digitizing sponsor Google Book from the Pages: Paul A.
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A diagram of a section is included in the upper-right corner. Scale [ca. ,] ( varas to the inch). The contract for the first station on the present site was awarded by the Midland Counties Railway to Waterfield and Smith, and was just under £15, (equivalent to £1, in ).
 It was first used on 4 Maywhen a train of four first and six second-class carriages, pulled by the Leopard steam engine, arrived from Nottingham.
The Midland Main Line was built in stages between the s and the s. The earliest section was opened by the Midland Counties Railway between Nottingham and Derby on 4 June On 5 May the section of the route from Trent Junction to Leicester was opened.
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In the Society published the “British County Catalogue of Postal History – Midlands Edition”, based on the classic catalogues of British postal history, which.
"the local posts of the midland counties to " by the midland postal history society (). £ - POST OFFICE GREEN PAPERS NO. 23, 42 AND Midland was eventually settled by farming families in the 's, and was known by several names including Mundy's Bay, Hartley's Landing, and Aberdare (named by the first postmaster, Mr.
Thomas Gladstane). In November ofthe Midland Railway Corporation of Port Hope, Ontario, selected Midland as its western port and terminus. It is years since the Midland Counties Railway launched its route from Leicester to Rugby in Juneopening a station for Wigston just under a mile to the west of the village.
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The center of the county lies at approximately 31°52' north latitude and °00' west longitude, miles south of Lubbock. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Midland GB Postal History Society books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Local Posts of the Midland Counties to W.J. Calladine. 01 Oct Notify me. The Undated Straight Line and Numbered Receiving House Marks of the Midland Counties 04 Dec The first Sheriff of Midland County was D.G.W.
Whitney. He served as Sheriff for 4 years from to Midland had two Sheriffs who served in the Civil War between and They were Sheriff Benjamin F. Keating, who attained the rank of 1st Lieutenant during the Civil War and served as Sheriff from to The Midland Counties Railway: Midland Railway Trust.
Ellis, C. Hamilton (). The Midland Railway. Ian Allan Ltd. Peter Truman; David Hunt (June ). Midland Railway Portrait. Sheffield: Platform 5 Publishing.
ISBN Derbyshire Record Society (December ). The Nottingham and Derby Railway Companion ( The Midland Counties Railway Company had reached Leeds on 30 th June The Leeds and Bradford Railway Company prepared a Bill in to put before Parliament to build a line between the two cities, with an extension up the Aire valley; also a line from Keighley to Haworth, and another line from Skipton to Colne, to meet up with the East.
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