Other Proposed Railways

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Other Railways Proposed for Winteringham, from Official Documents

 

The Hull and Gainsborough Railway

from the London Gazette 16th November 1844

Hull and Gainsborough Railway.
Notice is hereby given, that application is intended to be made in the next session, for an Act or Acts to make and maintain a railway or railways, with all proper works and conveniences connected therewith, to commence at or near to a certain piece or parcel of land, in the parish of Barrow-upon-Humber, in the county of Lincoln, and to terminate at or near to a field situate in the parish of Gainsborough, in the said County of Lincoln; which said railway or railways as or are intended to pass from, in, through, or into the several parishes, townships, townlands, extra-parochial or other places following, that is to say ; Barrow-upon-Humber, Barton Saint Mary's-upon-Humber, Barton Saint Peter's-upon-Humber, South Ferriby, Bonby, Horkstow, Saxby, Winteringham, Winterton, Worlaby, Roxby cum Risby, Appleby, Risby, Santon, Crosby, Scunthorpe Frodingham, Brumby, Gokewell, Manby, Ashby, Bottesford, Yaddlethorpe, Holme, Messingham, Manton, Rannelow, Scotterthorpe, Scotter, Scotterwood, Scotton, Laughton, Northorpe, Blyton, Wharton, Greenhill or Redhill, Pilham, Gilby, Corringham, Little Corringham, the Paddocks, Gainsbrough, Morton, East Stockwith, Walkereth, and Lea, or some of them, in the county of Lincoln.

And it is also intended to apply for powers to be granted by the said Act or Acts to authorize 'the deviating from the said intended railway or railways, as laid down in the plans intended to be deposited in pursuance of the Standing Orders of Parliament, to the extent of ten yards on either side of the said line, in cities and market towns, and one hundred yards on either side of the said Railway in or through the several parishes, town-lands, townships, extra-parochial or other places aforesaid, or some or one of them ; and also for power to alter, vary, and divert highways, roads, paths, passages, rivers, canals, brooks, streams, waters, and watercourses; and it is intended by the said Act or Acts to incorporate a company for the purpose of making and carrying into effect the said intended railway, and for conveying passengers and goods on the said railway, and for other purposes, with powers for the compulsory purchase of lands and houses, tenements and hereditaments, and to levy tolls, rates, and duties upon and in respect of the -said intended railway ; and it is further intended by the said Act or Acts to vary or extinguish all rights or privileges in any manner connected with the lands, houses, tenements, and hereditaments to be taken for the purpose of the said undertaking, and to confer other rights and privileges,- and also to divert, alter, or stop up all such turnpike roads, parish roads, and other highways, streams, canals, navigations, and railways, within the said several boroughs, parishes, townships, townlands, chapelries, hamlets, and extra-parochial, or other places aforesaid, or some of them, as it may be necessary to divert, alter, or stop up for the purpose of such proposed railway, or railways and works.

And notice is hereby further given, that duplicate plan's and sections of the proposed works described on the said intended railway, together with books of -reference thereto, respectively, will be deposited for public inspection, on or before the thirtieth day of November 1844, with the Clerk of the Peace for the parts of Lindsey, in the said county of Lincoln; at his office at Spilsby, in the said county of Lincoln, and that on or before the thirty-first day of December next, a copy of so much of .the said plans and sections as relates to each of the several parishes, in or through which the said railway and works, or any part thereof, are intended to be made, with a book of reference thereto, will be deposited for public inspection, with the parish clerk of each of such several parishes.—
Dated this eleventh day of November 1844.
Johnston, Farquhar, and Leech, 65, Moorgate-street, London. England and Shackles, Hull.

 

 

Hull and Lincoln Direct Railway

from the London Gazette 27th November 1845

NOTICE is hereby given, that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing session, for an Act or Acts to authorize the construction and maintenance of the railway or railways and works hereinafter mentioned, or some part or parts thereof, that is to say, a railway commencing by a junction or junctions with the Hull and Selby Railway, in the parish of Hessle, in the East Riding of the county of York, at or near a point marked A on the plans of the said intended railway, intended to be deposited as hereinafter mentioned, and terminating at or near the river Humber, in the said parish of Hessle, at or near a certain place marked B on the said plans, and which said intended railway, and other works connected therewith, will pass from, in, through, or into, or be situate within the said parish of Hessle. And a railway, commencing at or near the river Humber, in the parishes of Saint Mary and Saint Peter, or one of them, in Barton-upon-Humber, in the parts of Lindsey, in the county of Lincoln, at a point marked C on the said plans, and terminating at or near a certain place marked D on the said plans, in the parishes of Saint Mark and Saint Peter at Gowts, or one of them, in the city of Lincoln, and county of the same city; which said intended railway last-mentioned, and other works connected therewith, will pass from, in, through, or into, or be situate within the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial, or other places following, or some of them, that is to say, Saint Mary and Saint Peter in Barton-upon-Humber, South Ferriby, South Ferriby Sluice, the banks of the Ancholme, the Ancholme Navigation, Winteringham, Winterton, West Halton, Coleby, Thealby, Burton-upon- Stather, Normanby, Flixborough, Conesby otherwise Coningsby, Horkstow, Saxby, Bonby, Worlaby, Elsham, Roxby, Sawcliffe, Appleby, Broughton, Castlethorpe, Low Santon, High Santon, High Risby, Low Risby, Crosby, Scunthorpe, Frodingham, Gunnas otherwise Gunhouse, Manby, Gokewell, Raventhorpe, Burringham, Brumby otherwise Bromby, Bottesford, Frodingham otherwise Froddingham, Ashby otherwise Ashby-by-Bottesford, Holme, East Butterwick, Messingham, Yaddlethorpe, Scotter, Scotton, Laughton, Twigmoor, Manton, Scalby otherwise Scawby cum Sturton otherwise Scalby cum Sturton, Sturton, Cleatham, Kirton, Northorpe, Southorpe, Grayingham otherwise Grayingham Veneris, Blyborough otherwise Blybrough otherwise Blythborough, Pilham, Willoughton, Huckaby, Great Corringham, Little Corringham, Hemswell otherwise Helmswell, Yawthorpe, Springthorpe, Harpswell, Glentworth, Heapham, Fillingham, Ingham otherwise Ingham in the Ashes, Coates, Cammeringham, Brattleby, Aisthorpe otherwise Easthorpe, Westhorpe otherwise Thorpe in the Fallows, Scampton, Broxholme, North Carlton, South Carlton, Saxilby otherwise Saxelbye, Saxilby otherwise Saxilby cum Ingleby, Ingleby, Burton by Lincoln and the Fossdyke Banks and Navigation, all which said places are in the parts of Lindsey, in the county of Lincoln aforesaid ; Saint Mary le Wigford, Saint Margaret, Saint Nicholas, Saint John, Saint Martin, Saint Peter in Eastgate, the West Common or Race Ground, the Banks of the Fossdyke, the Fossdyke Navigation, Saint Botolph, Saint Mark, and Saint Peter at Gowtz, and the Holmes Common, all in the city of Lincoln, and county of the same city; and the Fossdyke Navigation, Skellingthorpe, and Boultham, in the parts of Kesteven, in the county of Lincoln aforesaid. And notice is hereby also given, that it is intended to take power by such Act or Acts, to purchase, by compulsion or otherwise, or to lease certain ferries across the said river Humber, between the several parishes of Holy Trinity and Saint Mary, in the town of Kingston-upon-Hull, and county of the same town; and the parishes of Saint Mary and Saint Peter, or one or both of them, in Barton-upon-Humber aforesaid, in the parts of Lindsey, in the county of Lincoln ; and also between the said parishes of Saint Mary and Saint Peter, or one or both of them in Barton-upon-Humber aforesaid; and the parish of Hessle, in the East Riding of the county of York ; with all rights and privileges belonging thereto, or otherwise connected therewith, together with all wharfs, landing-places, boats, piers, jetties, and other conveniences connected with the said ferries, as well as all powers held and enjoyed in reference thereto by the proprietors and lessees thereof, and others interested therein, to abolish the present ferries, or any or either of them, and in lieu thereof to construct and maintain a steam ferry or steam ferries for the conveyance of  railway and other carriages, passengers, animals, goods, wares, and merchandise, whether for the purposes of the said railway or railways, or otherwise, with all boats, wharfs, landing-places, and other conveniences connected therewith. And notice is hereby also given, that it is intended to take powers to construct stations, communications, works, and other conveniences, in the same parishes, townships, extra-parochial, and other places before-mentioned, or some of them, for the working or using the said railways; and also to authorize junctions with any railway or railways, at the commencement or termination, or in the line or course of the said intended railway as before described, in the several parishes, townships, and extraparochial places aforesaid; and in the said Act or Acts, power will be applied for to deviate from the line or lines laid down on the plans hereinafter mentioned, to the extent thereon defined. And notice is hereby further given, that by the said Act or Acts, it is intended to incorporate a company for the purpose of carrying into effect the objects aforesaid, and to take power to purchase lands and houses, by compulsion or agreement, for the purposes thereof, to levy tolls, rates, and duties for the use of the said railways, and of the said ferries so to be purchased, leased, or established as aforesaid, and to grant certain exemptions from the said several tolls, rates, and duties, or some of them. And notice is hereby also given, that it is intended by such Act or Acts to take power to stop up, alter, or divert, whether temporarily or permanently, all turnpike and other roads and highways, railways, tramways, aqueducts, canals, streams, sluices, drains, and rivers, within the aforesaid parishes, townships, and extra-parochial, and other places, or any of them, which it may be necessary to stop up, alter, or divert, by reason of the construction of the said intended railways and works, or any of them, and to improve the landing places at each side of the said several ferries on the River Humber, and every or any of them, and for that purpose to make quays, jetties, wharfs, banks, walls, and other works, for the embarking and disembarking of passengers, cattle, horses, goods, and every description of merchandize. And notice is hereby also given, that it is intended by such Act or Acts to vary or extinguish all existing rights or privileges in any manner connected with the lands or other property, and with the aforesaid ferries proposed to be purchased, leased, or taken for the purposes of the said undertaking, or which would in any manner impede or interfere with the construction, maintenance, or use of the said intended railways and works, or any of them, and to confer other rights and privileges. And notice is hereby further given, that duplicate maps, or plans and sections of the said intended railway or railways, and works connected therewith, and of the lands proposed to be taken for the purposes thereof respectively, together with the books of reference to such respective plans, containing the names of the owners or reputed owners, lessees or reputed lessees, and occupiers of such lands, will be deposited on or before the thirtieth day of November instant, with the clerk of the peace for the East Riding of the county of York, at his office in Beverley, in the said Riding; with the clerk of the peace for the parts of Lindsey, in the county of Lincoln, at his office in Spilsby, in the said parts of Lindsey; with the clerk of the peace for the parts of Kesteven, in the said county of Lincoln, at his office in New Sleaford, in the said parts of Kesteven; with the clerk of the peace for the city of Lincoln and county of the same city, at his office in the said city of Lincoln; and with the clerk of the peace for the town or borough of Kingston-upon-Hull and county of the same town, at his office at the Town-Hall, in the said town of Kingston-upon-Hull; and that a copy of so much of the said respective maps, or plans, sections, and books of reference, as relates to each of the parishes, in, or through which the said intended railway or railways, and works, are intended to pass, or be situate, or be made, will be deposited on or before the thirty-first day of December, in the present year, with the parish clerks of such parishes respectively, at their respective residences.

Dated this fourth day of November, 1485
Wm. Ayre, Junr., Solicitor, Hull,
Bulmer and Durnford, Parliamentary Agents,
44, Parliament Street,
Westminster

 

Light Railway Commission.—November, 1904.
Ackworth and Lindsey Light Railway
NOTICE is hereby given, that application is intended to be forthwith made to the Light Railway Commissioners by Messrs. Richard Ernest Churchill Shann, Wilfrid Francis Tempest, Frederick Hopper and others (hereafter called " the Promoters ") for an Order under the Light Railways Act, 1896, authorizing the Promoters to construct, work and use the Light Railways in the counties of the West Riding of the county of Yorkshire and Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey), hereinafter described (that is to say):—

Railway No. 1
Situate in the parishes of Ackworth, Badsworth, Thorpe, Audlin, Kirk Smeaton, Norton, Walden Stubbs, Fenwick, Balne, Skyehouse, Snaith and Cowick, Thorne, Hook, Goole, Swinefleet, Reedness, Whitgift, Ousefleet and Adlingfleet, in the said West Riding of the county of Yorkshire, commencing at a point a chain, or thereabouts, from Ackworth Station on the Swinton and Knottingley joint line of the Midland and North Eastern Railway Companies, and thence running in an easterly direction across fields and terminating at the county boundaries of the West Riding of the county of Yorkshire and Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey) at a point 19 chains, or thereabouts, south of Adlingfleet Church.

Railway No. 1A
Situate in the parish of Ackworth, in the county of the said West Riding of Yorkshire, commencing . by a junction with the Swinton and Knottingley
joint line at a point 8 chains, or thereabouts, north of Ackworth Station and terminating at the point afore described, being the commencement of Railway No. 1.

Railway No. IB
Situate in the parishes of Hook and Goole, in the said county of the West Riding of Yorkshire, commencing by a junction with the Axholme Joint Light Railway at a point 29 chains, or thereabouts, east of Hook Moor Farm House and terminating by a junction with Railway No. 1 at a point 18 miles 32 chains, or thereabouts, from its commencement.

Railway No. 2
Situate in the parishes of Garthorpe, Alkborough, Whitton, Winteringham, South Ferriby, Barton - upon - Humber, Barrow - upon - Humber, Goxhill, East Halton, North Killingholme, South Killingholme and Immingham, in the said county of Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey), commencing at the point afore described, being the termination of Railway No. 1, and thence running in an easterly direction through fields, crossing the River Trent, and through the townships of Barton and Barrow and terminating by a junction with an authorized railway of the Humber Commercial Railway and Dock Company in South Killingholme at a point about 11 chains south-east of the point where the above authorized line crosses Killingholme Haven Creek.

Railway No. 2A
Situate in the parish of Goxhill, in the said county of Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey), commencing by a junction with Railway No. 2 at a point 18 miles 1 chain, or thereabouts, from its commencement, running in a northerly direction and terminating by a junction with the New Holland branch of the Great Central Railway at or near the level crossing at Goxhill Station.

Railway No. 3
Situate in the parishes of Alkborough and Whitton, in the county of Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey), commencing by a junction with. Railway No. 2 at a point 3 miles 53 chains, or thereabouts, from its commencement, running in a northeasterly direction and terminating near the commencement of Whitton Pier, and

Railway No. 4.
Situate in the parish of North Killingholme, in the county of Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey), commencing by a junction with Railway No. 2 at a point 21 miles 68 chains from its commencement and terminating on the bank of the Humber about 40 chains south-east of Killingholme Haven.

And to empower the Promoters to construct junctions between the intended railways and the lines of the North Eastern, Midland, Lancashire and Yorkshire, Great Central and Axholme Joint Light Railway Companies, the Humber Commercial Railway and Dock Company, and the North Lindsey Light Railway Company.

Dated the 24th day of November, 1904.
ALLEN TENNANT and Co., 16, Philpot-lane,
London, E.C.;
HARRISON, BEAUMONT and SMITH, Chancery-lane, Wakefield;
Solicitors for the Promoters

 

The Light Railway Commission.—May, 1905.
Barton Light Railway
NOTICE is hereby given, that application is intended to be forthwith made to the Light Railway Commissioners by Messrs. Richard Ernest Churchill Shann and others (hereinafter called "the Promoters") for an Order under the Light Railway Act, 1896, authorizing the Promoters to construct, work, and use the Light Railway in the county of Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey) hereinafter described, that is to say:—
Railway situate in the parishes of Winteringham, South Ferriby, Barton-on-Humber, Barrow-upon-Humber, and Goxhill, in the said county of Lincoln (Parts of Lindsey), commencing close to the Haven Drain, at a point about 5 chains or thereabouts west of the road known as Low Burgage (a road leading from the village of Winteringham towards the Haven) by a junction with the authorized North Lindsey Light Railway, and thence running in an easterly direction through fields and through the townships of Barton and Barrow, and terminating in the parish of Goxhill alongside the New Holland Branch of the Great Central Railway at a point where Howe Lane crosses the said Great Central Railway, being the whole of Railway No. 2A. and such part of Railway No. 2 of the proposed Ackworth and Lindsey Light Railway Order in respect of which application was made to the Light Railway Commissioners in November, 1904, as lies between points respectively 6 miles 6 furlongs 1 chain and 18 miles or thereabouts from the commencement of the said Railway No. 2.

To empower the Promoters to construct junctions between the intended railway and the lines of the Great Central Railway Company and the North Lindsey Light Railway.

Dated 29th May, 1905.
ALLEN, TENNANT, and Co., 16, Philpot-lane,
London, E.C.;
HARRISON, BEAUMONT, and SMITH, Chancery-lane, Wakefield;
Solicitors for the Promoters.
 

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