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Tees Valley Route Map

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by matthewbguilford, May 10, 2019.

  1. matthewbguilford

    matthewbguilford Member

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    BC72DE7E-1ED6-41B9-AB41-0FF5681F2B4F.jpeg Hi everyone, if the route hasn’t changed since 1989 this route map should be what we will be seeing with the Tees Valley Line.
    “The route covers the Tees Valley Line in the North East of England from Darlington to Saltburn via Middlesbrough and Redcar.

    Set in 1989, the route is used by both passenger and freight services which served the many industries located along the route.”
     
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  2. LastTrainToClarksville

    LastTrainToClarksville Well-Known Member

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    The user's manual includes a route map.
     
  3. ex_railwayman

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    But, that's a road map, it isn't a rail map from an Atlas, we don't go anywhere near Stockton on this route, and you're missing all the intermediate Stations, including Eaglescliffe, Tees-side Airport, Dinsdale, etc, etc.
     
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    https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Dar...3d35003ad3a7af!2m2!1d-0.975134!2d54.58156!3e3

    Please find above link to google maps showing the rail route from Darlignton to Saltburn.
    After Teeside Airport the line curves North towards Stockton before coming off the mainline and curving East towards Thornaby and onto Saltburn.
    The map above, whilst more basic, does indeed show the railway line as the direct road route at Redcar is quite a lot further south than the rail line, going through Lazenby and Marske rather than towards Redcar itself.
     

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