The lancashire derbyshire and east coast railway farther on at tuxford in 1951 it was closed completely and the section of the line between langwith junction and chesterfield was closed to passengers though chesterfield market place remained open for goods until 1957 . Lancashire derbyshire east coast railway great central railway front page another through express from nottingham to chesterfield via langwith junction was introduced in conjunction with the great northern railway on 1 february 1903 but the through services ceased after the great central takeover of the ldecr bolsover tunnel a few . The beighton branch was a railway branch line built by the lancashire derbyshire and east coast railway ldecr in north eastern derbyshire england the line was a little over 12 miles long and ran from langwith junction in derbyshire to beighton junction which is now in south yorkshire the lancashire derbyshire east coast . Shirebrook north railway station is a former railway station in langwith junction derbyshire england history the starting position the station was opened by the lancashire derbyshire and east coast railway chesterfield to langwith junction the beighton branch and sheffield district railway
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