The Railway Acts

Sheffield Independent, Saturday, 26 November 1836
(Sheffield Iris, Tuesday 14th of March 1837)

Doncaster, North Midland and Goole


Notice is hereby given, that an Application is intended to be made to Parliament, in the next Session, for an Act or Acts to make and maintain a railway or railways, with proper Works, Stations and Conveniences, connected therewith, to commence at, and unite with the line of the North Midland Railway, near the point where the same crosses the road or highway from Kilnhurst to Swinton, near Kilnhurst, in the Township of Swinton and parish of Wath upon Dearne,

and thence to proceed through or into the several parishes, townships, and extra-parochial or other places of Wath upon Dearne, Swinton, Kilnhurst, Mexborough, Denaby, Conisbrough, Sprotborough, Cadeby, Warmsworth, Balby cum Hexthorpe, Carr House, Elm Field, Bennitthorpe and Doncaster, or some of them, all in the West Riding of the county of York, and to terminate on the south side of the street or Place called the Horse Fair in the Town of Doncaster; and also at or near Bennitthorpe, within the Township and Parish of Doncaster, all in the West Riding of the County of York; and to proceed forward from Bennitthorpe, aforesaid to or near the Docks, in the Town and Port of Goole, in the said Riding

Mason and Collinson, Doncaster

Henry Vickers, Sheffield