Observations on canals and rail-ways, illustrative of the agricultural and commercial advantages to be derived from an iron rail-way, adapted to common carriages, between Newcastle, Hexham, and Carlisle: with estimates. Also, 2nd ed., Report of Barrodall Robert Dodd, on a proposed navigable canal between Newcastle and Hexham (Google eBook)
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12 fothers 12 miles 4000 tons annually advantages amount ample B. R. Dodd Birmingham Bridge calculation capital laid carts cheap city of Carlisle Civil Engineer coals to supply collieries commence at Stella COMMON CARRIAGES common roads consideration Corbridge to Newcastle Crawcrook Dilston Dipton eligible route facility of conveyance feet heavy articles Hull improvements inches increase inland land lead Lemington Lime from Corbridge Liverpool locks Manure from Newcastle Maryport metal plate mode of conveyance navigable canals Newcastle and Carlisle Newcastle and Hexham Newcastle to Hexham Newcastle upon Tyne Northumberland object passage boats place the Tyne post-chaises present carriage Probable annual revenue proposed canal quantity rail-road Redheugh render river road from Newcastle ROBERT DODD Ryton ship canal side-ways single horse Solway Firth south side Staffordshire Staiths Stocksfield suppose 4000 tons tion ton per mile tonnage Total expense trade Tyne and Carlisle vessels way-leaves west seas whole width Wylam
Page 45 - ON THE GREAT UTILITY OF A PROPOSED JUNCTION CANAL, OR RAIL-WAY, Uniting Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle with Liverpool, Manchester, Hull, Derby, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol,
Page 38 - Tea, coffee, wines, &c. will be provided for the accommodation of the company, as usual
Page 38 - the price not more than half the fare by land, and totally free from the