Newcastle-under-Lyme railway station was a railway station that served the town of Newcastle-under-LymeStaffordshireEngland. It was opened by the North Staffordshire Railway in A small goods yard was located Lyem Water Street.
The site north of the station has been wiped away by new builds near the former Hartshill tunnel and Hartshill and Basford Halt. The cutting the station Wife in Exeter located near has also been filled in and is now part of Station Walks which is a pedestrian and cyclist footpath but the tunnel and overbridges are still in place although a majority of the station site has been landscaped.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Archived from the original on 27 September Retrieved 11 May Closed railway stations in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.
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The top rooms in the Guildhall were used for meetings by the Borough council and its committees, until The town is home to one of the most prominent volleyball clubs in England, Newcastle Staffs Volleyball Club. Lymedale Suites.
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Newcastle is not mentioned in the Domesday Bookas it grew Looking for wife in Newcastle under Lyme around the 12th-century castle, but it must have Looking for wife in Newcastle under Lyme become a place of importance, because a charterknown only Lmye a reference in another charter to Prestonwas given to the town by Mature independent escorts Morley II in In Henry III constituted it a free borough, granting a guild merchant and other privileges.
In John Leland's time the castle had disappeared "save one great Toure". Newcastle did not feature much in the English Civil Warexcept for a Royalist plundering. The governing charter in  which created the Newcastle-under-Lyme Municipal Boroughabsorbed the previous borough created through the charters of andunder which the title of the corporation, was the "mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Newcastle-under-Lyme".
Newcastle sent two members to Parliament from towhen it lost one representative. Despite its Newdastle proximity, it was not directly involved in the pottery industry, and jnder strongly opposed attempts to join the amalgamation in Culture of Castlereagh women a postcard poll showing residents opposing the Stoke-on-Trent Extension Bill by a majority of Like foe Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle's early economy was based around the hatting Lookng, silk and cotton mills.]