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Glossary Results for Word "Through Working"

Through Working The term may be used in a general sense – “through working from London to Carlisle began when the last section of the line was completed”.
More often it would mean a train or vehicle working from one railway company to another, such as the West to North expresses from Bristol and the West of England (Great Western) to Liverpool and Manchester (London and North Western) or the fish trains from Hull (North Eastern) to the LNWR via Stockport and/or Manchester.