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    Sentences forSowerby Bridge railway station

    • He obtained employment with the Manchester and Leeds Railway, initially as 'assistant clerk in charge' at Sowerby Bridge railway station, where he was paid £75 per annum (paid quarterly).Branwell Brontë-Wikipedia
    • Halifax is also served by Sowerby Bridge railway station on the southwest edge of the town, just to the south of the River Calder.Halifax, West Yorkshire-Wikipedia
    • The town is served by Sowerby Bridge railway station, which sees a regular service to Manchester, Bradford and Leeds on the Caldervale Line.Sowerby Bridge-Wikipedia
    • The Type 2 box at Milner Royd Junction (near Sowerby Bridge) in 1874, closed in Autumn 2018, and two remaining Type 1 boxes, at Bromley Cross, opened in December 1875, still in use and now Grade II listed by English Heritage, and Type 1 Hensall (also 1875 and listed), closed in May 2014.Smith and Yardley-Wikipedia

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