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2.—(1) In this Order, unless the context otherwise requires, the followingwords and expressions have the meanings hereby respectively assigned tothem, that is to say:—
“the Board” means the British Railways Board;
“the Board’s railway” means—
so much of the former Blyth and Tyne railway of the Board ascomprises that part of the railway and branch railways described in andauthorised by section 22 (Power to maintain Railway and Branchesaccording to deposited Plans) of the Blyth and Tyne Railway Act 1852(1) and section 38 (Power to make and maintain Worksaccording to deposited Plans) of the Blyth and Tyne RailwayConsolidation and Extensions Act 1854(2); and
the former Rising Sun Colliery railway of the Board, being therailway described in and authorised by section 5 (Power to the Companyto make railway and widenings) of the London and North Eastern RailwayAct 1938(3);
and includes all the land and works relating thereto;
“the Council” means the Council of the Borough of North Tyneside;
“the deposited plans” and“the deposited sections” mean respectively the plans and sections deposited in respect ofthe application for this Order with the Department of Transport;
“the principal Act” means the Light Railways Act 1896;
“the railways” means the railways authorised to be constructed, made andmaintained in accordance with article 5 of this Order;
“the Trustees of the Duke of Northumberland” means the trustees for the time being of the Duke ofNorthumberland’s settlement dated 19th April 1972.
(2) Reference points specified in this Order shall be construed asreferences to Ordnance Survey National Grid reference points.
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