21 April 2015
Yarmouth Union Railway
|26 August 1880
|Royal assent given to Yarmouth Union Railway Act which authorised incorporation of the company and the making of:
- a railway about one mile two chains and fifteen links commencing by a junction with the Yarmouth and Norfolk (Light) Railway at or near a point opposite the northern end of the passenger station of the railway and terminating a a point 10 feet or thereabouts measured in an easterly direction from the south east corner of the White Swan Inn on the north quay at Great Yarmouth,
- a tramway, single line, one furlong eight chains and ten links in length) commencing by a junction with the proposed railway at the proposed termination thereof and terminating on the north quay at Great Yarmouth by a junction with the Yarmouth tramways of the Great Eastern Railway,
- seven level crossings of public roadways,
- stopping up of two public roads,
- the making of byelaws,
- the making of agreements with the Yarmouth and Norfolk (Light) Railway for the maintenance and working of the railway and tramway.
- forbade carrying passengers on the railway and tramway,
|Act of Parliament.
|15 May 1882
|31 December 1882
|Last day of independent existence.
|Eastern & Midlands Act 1882.