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British Railways (No. 2) Act 1992 (c. xi)

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Section 5.

SCHEDULE 1Descriptions of works referred to in section 5 of this Act

In the London borough of Waltham Forest—

  • Work No. 1  A [(Railway at Walthamstow)] railway (717 metres in length) at Walthamstow, commencing by a junction with the railway between Clapton and St. James Street at a point 429 metres north-east of the bridge carrying that railway over the railway between Tottenham Hale and Stratford and terminating by a junction with the last mentioned railway at a point 425 metres south-east of that bridge;

Partly in the borough of Slough, Berkshire, and partly in the district of South Bucks, Buckinghamshire—

  • Work No. 2  A [(Railway between Slough and Iver)] railway (5,250 metres in length) adjoining, and on the northern side of, the existing railway, commencing in the borough of Slough by a junction with the line of railway serving Platform 6 at Slough station at a point 102 metres east of the buffer stop at that platform and terminating in the parish of Iver by a junction with the up (Iver to West Drayton) goods loop line of the existing railway at a point 438 metres west of the western end of Platform 4 at Iver station;

In the borough of Slough, Berkshire—

  • Work No. 2A  A [(Reconstruction of Wexham Road Bridge, Slough)] reconstruction of the bridge carrying Wexham Road, Slough, over the existing railway;

  • Work No. 2B  A [(Widening of Station Road Bridge, Langley)] widening on both sides thereof of the bridge carrying the relief lines of the existing railway over Station Road (B.470), Langley;

  • Work No. 2C  A [(Widening of Chequer Bridge, Langley)] widening on the north side thereof of the bridge (known as Chequer Bridge) carrying the existing railway over Market Lane and Hollow Hill Lane, Langley;

  • Work No. 3  A [(Deviation railway at Slough)] railway (1,360 metres in length), being a deviation of the relief lines of the existing railway, commencing by a junction with those lines at a point at Slough station 280 metres east of the bridge carrying William Street (B.416) over the existing railway and the Windsor branch railway and terminating by a junction with those lines at a point 451 metres east of the bridge carrying Uxbridge Road (A.412) over the existing railway;

  • Work No. 4  A [(Deviation railway at Langley)] railway (997 metres in length) at Langley, being a deviation of the relief lines of the existing railway, commencing by a junction with those lines at a point 127 metres west of the bridge carrying those lines over Station Road (B.470) and terminating by a junction with those lines at a point 72 metres west of the bridge (known as Chequer Bridge) carrying those lines over Market Lane and Hollow Hill Lane;

In the London borough of Hillingdon—

  • Work No. 5  A [(Deviation railway at West Drayton)] railway (1,674 metres in length), being a deviation of the down main line of the existing railway, commencing by a junction with that line at a point at West Drayton station 294 metres east of the bridge carrying the existing railway over Station Road and High Street and terminating by a junction with that line at a point 261 metres east of the bridge carrying Stockley Road over the existing railway;

In the metropolitan borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire—

  • Work No. 6  A [(Railways at Deighton)] railway (627 metres in length) at Deighton adjoining, and on the south-eastern side of, the railway between Huddersfield and Dewsbury, commencing by a junction with that railway at a point 56 metres east of the bridge (Bridge No. 99) carrying that railway over the footpath known as Peace Pit Lane and terminating by a junction with that railway at a point 100 metres north-east of the bridge (Bridge No. 101) carrying Whitacre Street over that railway;

  • Work No. 7  A railway (1,343 metres in length) at Deighton, commencing by a junction with Work No. 6 at a point 67 metres south-west of the said bridge No. 101 and terminating at a point 96 metres south-west of the junction of Crabby Lane with Dalton Bank Road;

In the metropolitan borough of Rotherham, South Yorkshire—

  • Work No. 9  A [(Deviation railway at Rotherham)] railway (918 metres in length), being a deviation of the railway known as Holmes Chord, commencing by a junction with the northbound line of the railway between Sheffield and Bolton upon Dearne at a point 42 metres east of Holmes Junction level crossing on that railway and terminating by a junction with the railway between Sheffield and Mexborough at a point on the line of rails forming the eastern continuation of Holmes Chord 62 metres west of the viaduct carrying Centenary Way over that railway and Holmes Chord;

  • Work No. 10  A [(Railway at Rotherham)] railway (908 metres in length) adjoining, and on the south side of, Work No. 9, commencing by a junction with the southbound line of the railway between Sheffield and Bolton upon Dearne at a point 59 metres east of the said Holmes Junction level crossing and terminating by a junction with the northbound line of the railway between Sheffield and Mexborough at a point 58 metres west of the said viaduct carrying Centenary Way over that railway;

In the borough of Melton, Leicestershire—

  • Work No. 12  A [(Railway at Melton Mowbray)] railway (928 metres in length) at Melton Mowbray, commencing by a junction with the railway (known as the Edwalton Test Track) between Edwalton and Melton Mowbray at a point 394 metres north-west of the bridge carrying Sysonby Grange Lane over that railway and terminating by a junction with the railway between Leicester and Melton Mowbray at a point 360 metres west of the bridge carrying that railway over the former mill race between Eye Kettleby Mill and the river Eye (otherwise Wreake);

In the district of Selby, North Yorkshire—

  • Work No. 13  A [(Railway at Hambleton)] railway (904 metres in length) in the parish of Hambleton, commencing by a junction with the railway between South Milford and Selby at a point 15 metres east of the bridge (Bridge No. 16) carrying that railway over the railway between York and Doncaster and terminating by a junction with the up line of that railway at a point 55 metres north-west of the bridge (Bridge No. 15) carrying the A.63 trunk road over that railway;

  • Work No. 13A A [(Road at Hambleton)] road, being a diversion of Whinny Hagg Lane in the parish of Hambleton, commencing at a point in that road 248 metres north-west of the said bridge No. 15 and terminating at a point in Whinny Hagg Lane 45 metres north of that bridge;

  • Work No. 14 A [(Railway at Hensall)] railway (923 metres in length), commencing in the parish of Hensall by a junction with the railway between Selby and Doncaster at a point 72 metres north of the bridge carrying that railway over Gowdall Road and terminating in the parish of Heck by a junction with the railway between Knottingley and Snaith at a point 284 metres east of Heck Ings level crossing on that railway;

  • Work No. 14A A [(Road at Hensall)] road, being a diversion of Little Heck Common Lane in the parish of Hensall, commencing at a point in that road 8 metres south-east of the bridge carrying the railway between Selby and Doncaster over that road and terminating at a point in that road 15 metres north of the said Heck Ings level crossing;

In the London borough of Southwark—

  • Work No. 15 A [(Viaduct widenings at Elephant & Castle)] widening on both sides thereof of the viaduct carrying Elephant & Castle station and the railway between Blackfriars and Loughborough Junction at that station.

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