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  1. Woodhead line - Wikipedia

    The Woodhead line was a railway line linking Sheffield, Penistone and Manchester in the north of England. A key feature of the route is the passage under the high ...

  2. Re-open the Woodhead Line

    A restored Woodhead rail corridor is vital for improving connectivity across the North. Colin Elliff of High Speed UK will outline plans for new trans ...

  3. WOODHEAD LINE JULY 1981 - YouTube

    Super 8mm sound film taken during the last week of operation of the Woodhead Line. Unfortunately the camera jammed and this is all there is.

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    • The Woodhead Route & its branch lines
    • The Woodhead Route Cab Ride - Railfilms
  4. Disused Stations: Woodhead Station

    The new tunnel also involved the realignment of the line through Woodhead station and the station was resited a few yards to the south ...

  5. Woodhead rail line campaigners welcome move to seal up ...

    Woodhead rail line campaigners welcome move to seal up tunnels. It means that the three mile-long tunnels, which opened in 1845 and 1852, will not form part of any new trans-Pennine rail link.

  6. Re-open the Woodhead Line - Home | Facebook

    Woodhead Line – The Lost Railway By: Libraries Sheffield. In this illustrated talk, join Stephen Gay for a ramble over the Pennines from Hadfield to Sheffield and ...

  7. signalboxes long gone

    The Woodhead line between Woodhouse Jn and Manchester was the very first line in the UK to be electrified by overheads in 1954 at just 1500 volts DC. However, the electrification scheme was to become a big costly mistake by British Rail.

  8. Train Simulator: Woodhead Route Add-On on Steam

    Running from Sheffield to Manchester via the rugged landscape of the Pennines, the Woodhead Line was electrified way back in the early 1950s.

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  10. Woodhead Electric Railway - Eastbank

    After the 5th of January 1970 the only passenger service remaining on the Woodhead line was the commuter service between Manchester Piccadilly to Glossop and Hadfield. Here we see a Class 506 unit emerge from the Glossop line at Dinting and head towards Hadfield. July 1977.