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M&GN
 
Brief History
Timeline
Liveries
Locomotives
Engine Sheds
Trivia
Bibliography
 
 
Company List

The Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway

Map of the MGN Railway Network
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At Grouping (1923), the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway was Britain's largest joint railway with 183 route miles. The line followed a cross-country route connecting Peterborough & Bourne to Yarmouth, Norwich, & Cromer. The Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway continued its existence as a joint railway after Grouping, with ownership shared with the London Midland & Scotland Railway. The LNER took over control of locomotives and running from October 1936.

Brief History

Timeline

Liveries

Locomotive History

Engine Sheds

Trivia

Bibliography

 

Acknowledgement

Thank you to Malcolm Peirson for writing most of the M&GN section.



 
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