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1839 | Mrs Mary Courts crossing rail road line near Angarrack incline knocked down by descending train and fatally injured

16th May 1839, an elderly person, Mrs Mary Courts, nee Tremayne, when crossing the rail road line near the Angarrack incline, was knocked down by a descending train and fatally injured

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A booklet entitled, "Angarrack, The Singular History of a Cornish Village", by John Higgans, dated 1986 at Newton Abbot

 

 

1852 | Angarrack 29 July 1852 Brunel ENGINEER’S REPORT West Cornwall Railway Company

29 July 1852 Brunel ENGINEER’S REPORT West Cornwall Railway Company

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Engineer's Report

The Royal Cornwall Gazette, Falmouth Packet, and General Advertiser (Truro, England), Friday, August 27, 1852; pg. 6; Issue 2566. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.  read more »

Hayle Viaduct works 2014

Via Stobart  read more »

1410 | NETWORK RAIL PLANNED WORKS TO HAYLE VIADUCT

Via http://hayletowncouncil.net/

NETWORK RAIL PLANNED WORKS TO HAYLE VIADUCT  read more »

1837 | Railway - Carn Brea to Angarrack opened 23 December 1837 | Hayle Railway

Hayle Railway opened 1837

via http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disused_railway_stations_%28Cornish_Main_Li...

The section from Carn Brea to Angarrack dates back to the Hayle Railway, opened on 23 December 1837

1846 | Angarrack incline - West Cornwall Railway takes over from The Hayle Railway

The West Cornwall Railway takes over Hayle Railway

via http://www.gracesguide.co.uk/West_Cornwall_Railway  read more »

1852-53 | Angarrack station opened - and closed

Angarrack had a station - very briefly!

via http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disused_railway_stations_(Cornish_Main_Line)#Angarrack  read more »

1852 | Completion of the Cornwall Railway | West Briton 5 March 1852

The West Briton from 5 March 1852 has a thrilling account of the completion of the Cornwall Railway

via http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wbritonad/cornwall/185...  read more »