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From: David Long <>
Subject: Re: [LAN] OGDEN, APPLETON, SUTTON
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2001 11:27:50 +0100
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In message <01e401c0f88d$1603d140$>, G/L
Spence <> writes
>Hi Listers,
>1) In Newton, 1890, would a 'Wagon Maker Journeyman' have built railway cars?

It's possible - there was a large railway carriage and wagon works
overlooking the Sankey, adjacent to the Liverpool - Manchester railway's
Sankey Viaduct at Earlestown, part of Newton-in-Makerfield.
--
David Long
Sankey Canal Restoration Society
http://www.scars.org.uk/
Updated June 2001 - another issue of our magazine CANAL CUTTINGS - illustrated


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