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Stokesley to Grosmont

Section of Line Opened Closed Notes
Battersby to Stokesley 02.08.1965 (GA)
Junctions and other features Running Lines Stations, Signal Boxes and Junctions Distance from Signal Box above Loops and Refuge Sidings Notes
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Maximum permissible speed 20 m.p.h. Stokesley to Battersby
Maximum permissible speed 45 m.p.h. Battersby to Grosmont
1 1 Stokesley Station c. 14.06.1954
Ingleby Station c. 14.06.1954
2 1 Battersby Station 3m 1349yds
Kildale Station
Commondale Halt
3 Castleton Station 7m 576yds URS 37
CL 32
1 1 Danby Station 1m 908yds DRS 48
1 1 Lealholm Station
4 1 1 Glaisdale Station 5m 1150yds CL 29
1 1 Egton Station
5 1 Grosmont Station 3m 269yds

1. The line between Stokesley and Battersby is shown as being double track, but worked by ‘One Engine in Steam’ regulations, implying a single line. After making enquiries, apparently one track was used for the storage of stock. Between Danby Station and Grosmont there are similar contradictions, the line being shown as ‘Electric Token’ block, which implies a single line, but two tracks are shown with short sections of single track at Lealholm Station and Glaisdale Station.