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Click BR(N) (including a few (E) after amalgamation of regions) issued, audit and unissued whole all from different smaller stations including Alnmouth, Ben Rhydding, Bingley, Church Fenton, Cramlington, Darton, Driffield, Haigh, Hammerton, Haydon Bridge, Hebburn, Keighley, Longwood & Milnsbridge, Pontefract (Baghill), Starbeck (S), Thirsk, Walkergate, Whitley Bay, Widdrington, Wylam, etc. Click EDINBURGH & GLASGOW RAILWAY issued Parliamentary single from Houston (renamed Uphall 1/8/1865) to Airdrie (dated 16/10/--). (30)BR(S) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS (mixed Rly Exec and BTC conditions): Amberley, Andover Junction, Anerley, Bournemouth Cen № 2, Branksome, Brockley № 2, Bromley North, Chichester № 2, Collington Halt № 2, Dorking North, Eastbourne № 4, Grove Park, Guildford, Gunnersbury, Mottingham, New Cross, New Cross Gate, Newhaven Town, Newport, Norbiton, Norwood Jc & SN, Ockley & Capel, Petersfield, Pokesdown, Polsloe Bridge Halt, Poole № 2, Portsmouth & Southsea № 3, Portsmouth Harbour № 1, Preston Park № 2, Putney. Click SOUTHEND CORPORATION TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d, 1d, 2½d, Half Rate Exchange and Scholar’s Half Rate Exchange from a number of routes. Finally Liverpool Corporation took over the company in 1897. Click SHROPSHIRE & MONTGOMERY-SHIRE issued singles from Kinnerley Jct (/), Llanymynech and whole return from Shrewsbury S&M (to Shrewsbury W); plus severed halves (all dated 1932-1936 before the line closed). Mostly L64 type, but a few earlier and later types noted also. Click LMSR audit whole of assorted types from all around the network.

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Click BR(S) issued whole from SUSSEX AREA STATIONS including 10 x 3rd class issues (3 Transitional), 49 x 2nd class singles mostly dating from 1950s/60s and 14 assorted whole returns including two Transitionals and two one piece Excursion Returns. All are from Bristol local services; condition is generally very good. Click READING CORPORATION TRAM-WAYS: early named stage punch type TRAM TICKETS, dating from the early 1900s onwards, by Bell Punch, Williamson and Punch & Ticket; the stage arrays are all in ladder form. (40)LONDON HORSEBUS OPERA-TORS ASSOCIATION geographical punch type HORSE BUS TICKETS from a variety of routes at ½d, 1d, 1½d, 2d, 3d and 4d fares. One example number-ed 0000 is stamped “Specimen.” All in VGC. Click DISTRICT RAILWAY AND METROPOLITAN RAILWAY all different whole Edmondsons issued in the 1890s and 1900s all bearing overprints denoting direction of travel and/or station code letters from Westminster Bridge (2), Cannon Street, Gower Street (2), Portland Road (2), Praed Street Pad’n and a 2nd class return Edware Road to Gower Street, together with a DISTRICT RAILWAY SUBWAY TICKET allowing passage from the Princes Gate Entrance to South Kensington Station on 1st January 1900. (14)CORAS IOMPAIR EIRANN 2d grey/green or mauve/green PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Amiens Street J, Athlone, Bray, Clarke Station Dundalk, Connolly Station B, Cork Q, Cork (Glanmire Rd) G, Galway G and J, Harcourt Street U, Killarney D, Kingsbridge T and Z, Limerick R and V, Pearse Stn W’land Row R, Waterford I and J, Westland Row E and X. Click LONDON GENERAL COUNTRY SERVICES Ltd punch type BUS TICKETS comprising geographical at 1d white (2) for services 6 and 306E, a 7d orange return for the Watford Clarendon Rd-Aylesbury service (stamped “Specimen”), an orange Exchange for the Apsley Mills-Hemel Hempstead route and a two-piece 1/-d numerical stage Return. Click THE LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co Ltd (5) LONDON HORSEBUS OPERATORS ASSOCIATION (5) later issue geographical punch type HORSE BUS TICKETS showing Service numbers from a variety of routes with purple fare overprints at 1d, 2d, 2½d, 3d and 4d. Click THE LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co punch type geographical BUS TICKETS issued between 1914 – 1921 from Services 6, 53, 56, 57, 59, 62, 68, 70, 73 and 99. One ticket has excess mounting paper on back, VGC otherwise. Click WEST MIDLANDS AND WELSH BORDERS GWR issued whole comprising 1st single from Oakengates, 3rd singles from Bashchurch, Bridgnorth (2 different), Buildwas, Cound Halt, Droitwich Spa, Highley (faded), Tinkers Green Halt (/), Wellington Sa (/), whole 6-Day Workman Rtn from Hagley, whole returns from Buildwas and Cressage, a Railway Exec (W) 3rd single from Oswestry and two GW&LMS Joint singles from Ludlow and Onibury. (48)BR(N) (including a few (E) after amalgamation of regions) issued, audit and unissued whole from larger stations including Bradford Exchange, Bradford Forster Square, Harrogate, Huddersfield, Hull Paragon, Leeds (Central), Middlesbrough, Newcastle on Tyne Central, Sunderland (Central), Wakefield (Westgate), York, etc. Some of the unissued / audit examples have been overstamped “Specimen.” (130)IPSWICH CORPORATION TRANS-PORT SERVICES punch type TRAM & TROLLEYBUS TICKETS: Five named stage “fareboard” issues, dating from the 1920s: 11 numbered-stage, most probably being pre-war: 22 numbered-stage titled simply “Corporation Transport Services”, anonymous reflecting wartime use: and 3 post-war “Anywhere” tickets. (41)SAND HUTTON LIGHT RAILWAY 3d punch type ticket from Warthill to Sand Hutton (Gardens, Central or Depot). This private narrow gauge (18”) line, the property of Sir Robert Walker, 4th baronet of Sand Hutton, ran between 1922-1932 having replaced an earlier narrower (15”) gauge system. Click LNER NORTHERN ENGLAND / SCOTTISH BORDERS mostly issued whole from Barrasford, Bonnyrigg, Chollerton (3 different), Gilnockie (u), Riccarton Junction, Scremerston (a), Stobs, Thorneyburn (2 different); BR(N) Reedsmouth. Click SCOTTISH & IRISH COMPANIES mixture of LUGGAGE LABELS comprising GNSR (34), Highland (19), G&SWR (20), LMS (G&SWR Transitional) (6), NBR (3), GS&WR (34), GNR(I) (46), LMSR-NCC (9), GSR (3). (30)OVERSEAS RAILWAYS mostly card PLATFORM TICKETS from East African Railways & Harbours, Kenya Railways (paper), Polish Railways, Sierra Leone, Spanish Railways, South African Railways (2 paper), Sri Lanka (7), Thailand (1). (15)BTC(E) 2d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Bush Hill Park, Forest Gate, Goodmayes, Grange Park, Rainham ER, St Botolphs, Southbury, Theobalds Grove, Thorpe Bay, Turkey Street, Ware, Welwyn Garden City WS, West Ham (Manor Road), Winchmore Hill, Wood Green, Wood Street; BRB(E) 2d Red Diamond: Bromley № 1. Click METROPOLITAN ELECTRIC TRAMWAYS Ltd (MET title) geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising ½d buff Child, 1d white (4 different), 1½d buff, 2d pink (2 different), 2½d buff (2 different) covering a variety of routes. (20)BTC(S) 2d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Barnham, Battle, Bere Alston, Bracknell, Budleigh Salterton, Chatham, Cobham & Stoke d’Abernon, Cowes, Denmark Hill, Earley, Egham, Etchingham, Fleet, Glynde, Herne Bay, Isfield, Liss, London Bridge № 1, London Road Brighton, Maidstone East № 1, Margate № 2, Newhaven Town, New Romney & Littlestone-on-Sea, Norwood Junction and South Norwood, Okehampton, Oxted, Partridge Green, Portslade and West Hove № 1, Putney, Queenborough.

HORSE AND CABLE TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue punch type from Edinburgh Northern Tramways Co for a journey from Princes Street – Comely Bank on Car № 10, a 1d blue paper ticket from the Ednburgh & District Tram Co, and a 1d pink paper ticket from Edinburgh Street Tramways Co. A number of halts noted for both origin and destination station. (73)LPTB “GREEN LINE” pre-war D series geographical single punch type BUS TICKETS with overprinted fare in red circle. Click PRE-LPTB UNDERGROUND all issued whole including examples from Central London Railway from Bond Street (/), District Railway (3) whole returns from Mark Lane, St James Park (/), Sloane Square; London Electric Railway (2 different) singles from Highgate; Metropolitan Railway single (1) from Portland Road (Bd), whole return from Harrow on the Hill; Met & GC Joint Committee (2) singles from Aylesbury (Joint), Rickmansworth. (30)PRE- AND POST GROUPING selection of LUGGAGE LABELS comprising examples from (approximate totals) GWR (78), LSWR (60), Taff Vale Railway (37), Cambrian (24), LB&SCR (24) and Southern Railway (23). (Qty)LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued singles: 3rd Padstow to Bodmin by South Western Train Only; Perambulator Go Cart or Bicycle Padstow to Wadebridge (both dated 2/8/1901). (20)BTC(E) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Alresford (Essex), Bromley № 1, Bury St Edmunds, Chappel & Wakes Colne, Colchester DO, Elm Park, Enfield Town, Gidea Park & Squirrels Heath, Goodmayes, Gordon Hill, Grantham, Grimsby Docks, Harold Wood, Harwich Town, Hatfield, Hertford (East), Hertford (North), Hornsey, Lea Bridge, Letchworth, Louth, Lowestoft (Central) B, Manningtree, Manor Park, Marks Tey, Newark (Castle), Newark (Northgate), Noel Park & Wood Green, Oakleigh Park, Oulton Broad (North). Click LCC TRAMS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS from a variety of North London routes at ½d orange (2), 1d blue (3), 1½d green (3), 2d white (1), and 2½d orange. Click LONDON UNITED TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS with specific depot names at top of ticket comprising Tooting: ½d Child, 1d and 3d; Hounslow: 1d; Richmond Bridge: 1d, 1½d and 2d; Uxbridge: 2½d and 4½d; Hampton Court: 6d. Services covered are 49, 50, 52, 56, 58, 64, 66, 68 and 70. Click BLUE BELLE MOTORS Ltd geographical punch type BUS TICKETS for the service from London (Paddington Stn)-East Grinstead / Godstone Green or Blindley Heath at 1/-d (2 different), 1/3d, 1/6d and 1/9d mostly issued in 1932. Click BR(W) DEVON & CORNWALL issued whole comprising 3rd singles from Penzance and Truro (both Trans); 3rd singles from Dartmouth, Dawlish Warren, Ilfracombe, Shepherds, Teignmouth, Torquay; 2nd singles from Carbis Bay, Chacewater (faded), Dartmouth, Exeter Central (/), Exeter St Davids, Gwinear Road, Kingswear, Penmere Platform, Pinhoe, St Ives, Tresmeer, Saltash. Most are GNP prints, but some of the wartime issues are by Victoria Printing Co. (1)GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY issued 3rd class single from Stafford to Stafford Common (dated 3/1/1907). Excess paper on back does not detract from a rare issue. Click LGOC & ASSOCIATED Cos “fareboard” geographical named stage punch type BUS TICKETS from the late 1920s/early 1930s, all from high-numbered services: 182, 183, 184, 184/185, 184/188, 185, 193/194, 197, 206, 209, 218, 273 and 297. (22)MIDLAND & SOUTH WESTERN JUNCTION RAILWAY (6) GWR (4) and BR(W) (10) SEVERED HALVES from this long-lost line mostly between Swindon and Marlborough. 1st class single Cannon Street to Charing Cross (undated), 2nd single Reading to Wokingham (dated 5/7/1900), 3rd singles from Dover Harbour, Kent House (Beckenham), Ludgate Hill, New Brompton, St Pauls, Sevenoaks (Tub’s Hill) and Tunbridge Wells (all issued); and unissued returns from Earley, Robersbridge, Sidcup, Strood (2-Volunteer or Yeoman and Territorial Force), Westcombe Park, Wrotham; two Bicycle singles (from Wokingham and Wrotham both to Holborn Viaduct) and two punch tickets from Gravesend Central for Dog (5d) and for Bicycle (1/-d). Click BR MIXED REGIONS issued, unissued and audit “TYPES” SELECTION including Pram Label, Passenger Lift, Child Car Carrying, River Cruise, Ocean Passenger, Conference Return, Runcorn Bridge Toll, Rail-Rover, Fare For 2, Car Ferry, Tray Meal, Lunch Ticket, Evenings Only, Footex, Awayday, Summer Sales, Rail Shopper, Termsbreak, Scottish Union of Students, SAGA Holidays, Paignton Zoo, Butlinland Filey, 1st Sleeping Berth, Mystery Excursion, Early Morning Return (Shift), Banbury Fair, etc. (130)BTC(M) 1d Red Diamond PLATFORM TICKETS: Blackpool (North), Brondesbury, Bury (Knowsley St), Chester (Northgate), Church & Oswaldtwistle, Derby (LM), Hendon, Leicester (Central), Liverpool (Central), Llandudno, Manchester (Central) 2nd Set, Manchester (London Road) № 5, Market Harborough A; BTC(M) 2d Red Diamond: Altrincham & Bowdon, Birkenhead (Hamilton Square), Bolton (Trinity Street) № 1, Caledonian Road & Barnsbury, Croxley Green, Dalston Junction, Finchley Road & Frognal, Guide Bridge, Highbury & Islington, Kentish Town, Leighton Buzzard, Liverpool (Central Low Level), Lytham, Manchester (Oxford Rd), Manchester (Victoria) № 7 Set 2, Newton-le-Willows, Nottingham (London Road High Level). (17), BTC(M) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Birkenhead (Woodside), Burton-on-Trent, Bushey & Oxhey EO, Chester (General), Cricklewood, Harrow & Wealdstone, Kentish Town (Mid), Liverpool (Central), Liverpool (Lime Street), Llandudno (Junction), Manchester (Exchange) № 1, Manchester (London Road) № 5, Morecambe (Promenade); BTC(M) 2d Red Diamond: Aylesbury, Bletchley, Bury (Bolton Street), Crewe, Farnworth & Halshaw Moor, Fleetwood, Headstone Lane, Hinckley, Kensal Green, Leyland, Liverpool (Exchange) № 2, London (Broad Street), Manchester (Oxford Rd), Manchester (Victoria) № 7 Set 1, Mill Hill (Broadway), North Wembley, Old Trafford. Click LONDON GENERAL OMNIBUS Co selection of fareboard geographical BUS TICKETS from service 109, from Penge Crooked Billet and Forest Hill at fares between 1d and 9d. (30)GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY PLATFORM TICKETS: T1: Bourne End D, Bourne End Up, Machynlleth; T2: Stourbridge Town: T3 (on buff card): Cadoxton, Cardiff (Queen Street), Chard, Ebbw Vale, Frome, Llandaff (For Whitchurch), Marylebone 1, Oxford T, Risca, Slough 1, Swindon Junction, Witney; Free issues: Cardiff General U Station, Newport H St Station, Taunton Down, Swansea High Street Station.Payment is one-off, no monthly subscription to manage.is a county in England immediately north-east of London. Six have “TB” overprints, denoting use on trolleybus services. Punch type BUS TICKETS of similar vintage, also “fareboard” issues, with “BCT” overprints, indicating issue within the Bournemouth Corporation area. (36)STOCKTON & DARLINGTON RAILWAY paper tickets comprising 1st class Stockton to Middlesbrough in blue printing on white and 1st class Outside Shildon to St Helen’s in black print on mauve paper. The first example has an edge crease, VGC otherwise. Click GWR EX-CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS LINES all issued whole comprising 1st class from Barmouth Jn, Minffordd, Penychain and Tonfanau, 3rd class singles from Afon Wen, Bala, Barmouth, Criccieth (2 different), Harlech, Llandrillo, Llwyngwril; 3rd class whole returns from Aberdovey, Bala, Machynlleth, Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Trawsfynydd. Click BR(M) NORTH WEST ENGLAND issued whole including from Ashton (Charlestown), Bacup, Barnoldswick, Castleton (Lancs), Clough Fold, Diggle, Earby, Farnworth & Halshaw Moor, Helmshore, Ince, Leigh (Lancs), Newton Heath, Park (Lancs), Ramsbottom, St Helens (Shaw St), Stubbins, Summerseat, Thatto Heath, Tyldesley, Waterfoot, Winsford, etc. (120)LGOC Ltd centre-titled geographical punch type Motor BUS TICKETS at 1d, 1½d, 2d, 2½d and 3d with green fare overprints from the January 1912. (20)BTC(S) 1d Red Diamond PLAT-FORM TICKETS: Andover Junction, Balham & Upper Tooting, Barnes, Boxhill & Burford B’ge, Bromley South, Dover Priory, Elephant & Castle, Exmouth, Forest Hill № 1, Gunnersbury, Holmwood, Knockholt, Lewes, Liss, Lower Sydenham, Maidstone East № 1, Merstham, New Cross, Norwood Jc & Sourh Norwood, Petts Wood № 1, Portsmouth Har № 1 (2 different series); BTC(S) 2d Red Diamond: Addlestone, Allhallows-on-Sea, Alton, Appledore, Ashford (Kent) № 1, Ashtead, Ham Street & Orlestone, Hastings № 1. Click MIDLAND & GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAYS JOINT COMMITTEE all issued selection of singles and whole returns from a number of stations including Attlebridge, Holt, Martham, North Drove, Sheringham, Twenty, Tydd St Mary, Whitwell & Reepham, Yarmouth Beach, etc. Over 100 items (Qty)GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY 3rd class single issues from East Midlands stations: Basford & Bulwell GN, Codnor Park, Eastwood (2 different), Kimberley, Kimberley for Watnall Nuttall & Giltbrook, Netherfield & Colwick, Newthorpe (pencil cross), Nottingham (London Road) HL. (15)GWR SOMERSET & DEVON AREA issued whole comprising 1st singles from Hele & Bradninch, Nort’n Fitzwarr’n; 3rd singles from Cadeleigh, Cullompton (2 different-1 is faded and (/)), Hele & Bradninch, Milverton, Uffculme; 1st whole return from Silverton; 3rd whole return from Wellington Som. Click EUROPEAN RAILWAYS mostly issued whole Edmondsons, with a few paper or thin card tickets and severed halves. Click CROYDON CORPORATION TRAMWAYS mainly pre-1923 geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS covering a number of routes at fares between 1d and 4d, plus Exchange/Transfer and Through Tickets to the South Met system. (70)LMSR mixed types PLATFORM TICKETS: Buxton, Euston № 1, Failsworth, Manchester (Lon Rd) № 2 and № 4 (on blue card), Manchester (Mayfield), Matlock Bath, Northampton (Castle), Nottingham A, Warwick (Milverton). Click LNER / BR(N/H) NORTHERN ENGLAND / SCOTTISH BORDERS mostly issued comprising LNER whole from Barrasford, Chollerton (2 different), Humshaugh, Melrose (iu), Riccarton Junction (2 different), Thorneyburn; BR(N) from Bellingham North Tyne; BR(H) from Newcastleton (u). Click LONDON INDEPENDENT (PIRATE) OPERATORS mostly numerical stage BUS TICKETS from Marathon, Martin, Meteor, Miller (geographical), Nelson (geographical), New Era, New Times, Newstead, Orange and “Our Bus.” (10)LONDON CHATHAM & DOVER RAILWAY issued 2nd single from Ludgate Hill to Snow Hill (dated 2/10/1901) in VGC, together with issued 2nd class whole return from Ludgate Hill to Beckenham (2/1/1894) (/) good otherwise. Click BR(E) YORKSHIRE & DERBY-SHIRE issued whole comprising 3rd singles from Broughton Lane, Dronfield, Edwinstowe (Trans), Rotherham (Central), Ryhall & Belmisthorpe, Sheepbridge, Staveley (Central), Staveley Works, Torksey, Wincobank (Trans); 2nd singles from Chesterfield (Central), Chapeltown (South), Dore & Totley, Elsecar & Hoyland, Renishaw (Central) (2 different), Swinton (Central), Woodhouse. Click BOURNEMOUTH CORPORATION TRANSPORT SERVICES: 23 pre-war punch type TRAM TICKETS, almost all named-stage in “fareboard” format, the exceptions being a Dog ticket and two different Tuckton Bridge Toll issues. Mostly issued whole Edmondsons, severed halves and a few thin card issues from Rother Valley, Kent & East Sussex Railway (4 are from the preservation era), Mersey Railway, Weston Clevedon & Portishead, East Kent Railway, Easingwold Railway, North Sunderland, Bishops Castle, Ashover Light Railway, Ashington Coal Co, Harton Coal Co, and National Coal Board. (35wh 21hlf)LONDON & SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY issued 3rd single from Farnham to Surbiton and unissued whole from Alton (2-Volunteer return, Excess Fare to Portsmouth Town via Eastleigh), Portsmouth Town (to Belfast) (Soldier), Southampton West, Romsey, Stockbridge, Torrington (Refreshments Ticket), Wokingham and a ticket by Midland Railway horsebus from Waterloo to St Pancras issued at Bournemouth East. Many of the unissued / audit examples have been overstamped “Specimen.” All different and mostly good/VGC. (30)SNCF PLATFORM TICKETS on pink and white striped Edmondson card: Calais-Ville, Chaumont 1, Clermont-Ferrand, Dunkerque 1, Foix 2, Lille, Montescourt, Pau 5, Pornichet, Royan 1, Saint Cyr 2, St Maur Creteil, St Nazaire 1, Soissons 1, Sucy-Bonneuil; Machine issued thin card/paper type: Cannes 1, Dijon-Ville, Hazebrouck 02, Lille 14, Paris-Austerlitz 01. Click GREAT EASTERN RAILWAY all issued 3rd class singles from Braintree & Bocking, Cromer, Ipswich, Loughton, North Woolwich, Rochford, Sudbury (/), Southminster, Swaffham, Wisbech (Bd). (1)SOUTHERN RAILWAY AND BR(S) ISLE OF WIGHT issued and audit whole comprising SR issues from Horringford, Lymington Pier (to Yarmouth Slipway); SR audits from Blackwater (IW), Horringford (3 different); BR(S) audits from Merstone, Newchurch (2 different); plus a selection of 21 different SR and BR(S) severed halves. Click BR(M/W) NORTH WEST ENGLAND AND WALES issued whole including from Amlwch, Bangor LM, Bare Lane, Blaenau Ffestiniog (North), Bolton-le-Sands, Bromborough, Brynmawr, Denbigh, Donnington, Hay on Wye, Helsby, Ledsham, Llangammarch Wells, Manor Road, Menai Bridge, Staveley (West-morland), Wallasey (Grove Road), Wellington Salop, Wrenbury, etc. (50)AN END-OF-COLLECTION selecti-on of whole and half Edmondsons paper and thin cards, from BR and LT including Platform Tickets, plus a few tram and bus punch types, minor lines, narrow gauge, preserved some Irish and finally a small collection of Luggage Labels. Click DUBLIN UNITED TRAMWAYS geographical punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising 1d blue issues for The Kingsbridge, Phibsborough, Sandymount and Terenure Lines, and 2d white for the Palmerston Park and Terenure Lines. Also includes a few parcels and miscellaneous labels. (180)LONDON BRIGHTON & SOUTH COAST RAILWAY issued 3rd class singles from New Cross, Norbury (/), Purley Up (Bd), Queens Road Peckham, Streatham, Streatham Hill, Sutton, Victoria № 6 Local, Wallington, West Croydon (/ and grubby). (10)NORTH EAST ENGLAND selection of punch type TRAM TICKETS comprising Gateshead Tramways (3 geog), Gateshead & District (1 numerical), Middlesbrough Stockton & Thornaby Electric Tramways (1 geog), Newcastle Corporation Tramways (3 geog, 4 numerical), Newcastle & Gateshead (3 geographical). A high proportion are from or to closed stations including Bitton, Bristol (St Philips), Broome, Castlethorpe, Coalport, Langwith, Marykirk, Newlay & Horsforth, Roose, Thurstaston, etc.

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