|101||£50 share||183, vellum||>5496||VF||£300-400|
|106||£25 half share||184, blue||>16881||EF||£30-40|
|111||£12.10s quarter share||184, black||>8582||EF||£30-40|
Hull and Selby Railway Company
Incorporated on 21st June 1836.
A standard gauge line, which formed a major part of the connecting route between the clothing district of Manchester and the port of Hull. It connected with the Leeds and Selby line, and opened in 1840. The line was later leased to the York and North Midland, and the Manchester and Leeds Railways in 1846, and passed to the North Eastern Railway in 1872.
Capital £700,000 divided into 8,000 Whole Shares of £50 each, 8,000 Half Shares of £25 each and 8,000 Quarter Shares of £12.10s each. Loans of £277,333.