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Edge Hill railway station and cutting aerial photograph

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aerial photograph of Edge Hill railway station and cutting. The cutting is a remarkable , if largely ignored, piece of Victorian engineering which was opened in 1836 allowed the Liverpool to Manchester railway line to go straight into the city centre at lime street.

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