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Northern Counties Union Railway Company
Incorporated on 27th July 1846.
An amalgamation of the Yorkshire and Glasgow Union, and the York and Carlisle Railways. New lines running over 100 miles between the Great North of England and the Lancaster and Carlisle Railways, and a branch from the latter railway to Bishop Auckland were planned but never built. The company was sold to the Leeds and Thirsk Railway.
Capital £2,625,000 in 60,000 Shares of £43.15s each (reduced from the original £50 each). Loans of £875,000.