Totnes and Bridgetown Roads and Bridges Act 1834

Publication Date:January 01, 1834
Blaydon, Gateshead and Hebburn Railway Company Act 1834

(4 & 5 Will. 4) c. xxvi

An Act for making and maintaining a Railway from Blaydon to Hebburn with Six Branches thereout, all within the County Palatine of Durham.

[02 May 1834]

ANNO QUARTO GULIELMI IV. REGIS. **********************?**********#****-**#***********' Cap. xxvi. An Act for making and maintaining a Railway from Blaydon to Hebburn, with Six Branches thereout, all within the County Palatine of Durham. [22d May 1834.] HERE AS the making and maintaining a Railway from Blaydon to Hebburn in the County Palatine, of Durham, with Six Branches thereout, would be of great public Advantage, by opening a cheap, certain, and expeditious Communication between that Part of the River Tyne navigable by large Vessels and the surrounding District: And whereas the several Persons herein-after named are willing, at their own Expence, to carry into,effect the before-mentioned beneficial Undertaking; but the same cannot be effected without the Aid and Authority of Parliament: May it therefore please Your Majesty that it may be it enacted; and be it enacted by the King's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the Authority of the same, 1 hat John Adanison, William Angus, Robert proprietors Anthony Atkinson, Ralph Henry Brandling, Matthew Bell, Harrison Bui- incorporated. vian, Isaac Burrell, John Burrell, John Beckinton, William Boyd, John Bruce, William Bolam, Thomas Bell, John Clayton, John Collirtson, James Colbeck, John Anderson, Cuthbert Burnup, George Bargate, Thomas Cummins, Forster Walker, Jabez Hood, James Sillick, George Greenwell Russell, John Fair- bairn, John Irwin, Thomas Emerson Headlam, Eleanor Kemp, Robert Liddell, William Webster, William Greaves, George Palmer, John Dixon, Peter Dixon, George Dixon, William Forster, Thomas Fenwick, John Forster, John Mul- [LbcdWy 7 T caster, 638 4GULIELMI IV. C^.xxvi. caster, James Finlay, Henry Francis Howard, John Harle, Sir Robert Shafto Hawks, Nathaniel John Hollingsworth, George Lewis Hollingsworth, Michael Hogg, James Hogg, Thomas Hudson, John Lionel Hood, John Hodgson, Addison Langhorn Potter-, Elizabeth Wilson Sadler, John Harle, John Brandling, Joseph Arundale, John Blenhinsopp Coulson, Mary Barras, William Weir, John Wilson, Jeremiah Brown, Thomas Henry Graham, James Donaldson Bell, George Johnson, David Laidler, Sir Wilfrid Lawson, John Lamb ton Loraine, James Losh, William Losh, Edward Wilson Maxwell, William Marley, William Nanson, William Moore, Robert Ewart Norman, Edward Otter, Robert Oliver, Robert Ormston the younger, Robert Orm-ston, Matthew Plummer, John Phillips, John Diston Powles, James Brough Pow, Robert Proctor, Samuel Walker Parker, John Johnson, Thomas Richard Batson, John Studholme, Joseph Scott, Mary Warwick, Thomas Stordy, Henry Patteson, Alexander Reed, Sir Hew Dairymple Ross, Charles William Bigge, William Robson, William Story, Sir Lancelot Shadwell, Thomas Codk-son, Richard Shortridge, Benjamin Thompson, Thomas Thompson, Francis Taylor, Nicholas Wood; William Woods, John Wilson, Robert Wilson, Thomas Wilson, Ralph Watson, John Williamson, John Woollett, George Silver top, George Lee, William Dobinson, James Cornell, Andrew Robert Fenwick, Elizabeth Hannah Chapman, Edward Walton Chapman, John Abbot, Chris. topher Vickers, William Hymers, Thomas Robinson, and Nicholas Andrews, and all other Persons, Bodies Politic and Corporate, who have subscribed or who shall hereafter subscribe towards the said Undertaking, and their several and respective Successors, Executors, Administrators, and Assigns, shall be and they are hereby united into a Company for constructing and maintaining the said Railway, and the several Branches and other Works by this Act authorized, according to the Provisions and Restrictions hereinafter mentioned, and for that Purpose shall be a Body Corporate by the Name and Style of " The Blaydon, Gateshead, and Hebburn Railway Company," and by that Name shall have perpetual Succession, and shall have a Common Seal, and shall and may sue and be sued, and also shall have Power to purchase and hold Lands and other Hereditaments to them and their Successors and Assigns, for the Use of the said Undertaking, without incurring any of the Penalties or Forfeitures of the Statutes of Mortmain, and shall also have Power again to sell and dispose of such of the said Lands and Hereditaments as may not have been used for the Purposes of this Act in manner herein-after mentioned. Companv M- And be it further enacted, That the said Company of Proprietors empowered shall be and are hereby authorized and empowered, by themselves, their to make Deputies, Agents, Officers, Workmen, and Servants, to make, complete, Railway and an£] maintajn a Railway, with proper Warehouses, Wharfs, Quays, Landing Places, Tunnels, Bridges, Spouts, Drops, Cranes, Works, and Conveniences adjoining thereto or connected therewith, for the Passage of Waggons, Carts, and other Carriages constructed as herein-after mentioned, commencing at_or upon the Line of the Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle Railway, at or near to the Lead Refinery at Blaydon, in the Parish or Township of Winlaton in the Parish of Ryton in the County of Durham, and extending to or passing through or into or made within the several Parishes following, all in the County of "Durham, (that is to say,) Ryton, Winlaton, Whickham, Gateshead, and Jarrow, and also extending to or passing through or into or made within the several Townships, -Hamletsj-or Places following, all in the said County of Durham*, 10 (that 4GUJLIELMI IV. Cap.xxn. 639 (that is to say,) Winlaton, Sivalwell, fVhickham, Dunston, Gateshead, Nether-Heworth, Hebburn, and Jarfow, and terminating at or near to or in the. River Tyne in the Parish of Saint Nicholas within the Jurisdiction of the. Town and County of Newcastle upon Tyne, at or near to the East or. North-east End of a Quay called Hebburn Quay, in the said Township and Parish of Jarrow in the said County of Durham ; together with Six Branch Railways from and out of such Railway, with proper Warehouses, Wharfs, Quays, Landing Places, Tunnels, Bridges, Spouts, Drops, Cranes, Works, and Conveniences adjoining thereto or connected therewith respectively herein-after mentioned; (that is to say,) the one of the said Branch Railways commencing at a Place.near to the Mouth of the River Derwent in the said Parish or Township of Whickham in the said County of Durham, and extending to or passing through or into or made.within Part of the said Parish of Whickham, and the several Townships, Hamlets, or Places of Whickham and Swalwell in the County of Durham aforesaid, and terminating at or near to a Place in the Village of Swalwell called the Long Ridge, in the said Parish and Township of'Whickham in the said County of Durham ; another of the said Branch Railways, commencing at or near to the West End of a Quay commonly called Askew's Quay otherwise Redheugh Quay, in the said Parish and Township of Gateshead in the said County of Durham, and extending to or passing through or into or made within the several Parishes of Gateshead and Whickham, and the several Townships, Hamlets, or Places of Gateshead and Whickham, all in the said County of Durham, and terminating at the Gateshead and Hexham Turnpike Road, at or near to a Place where the said Road is crossed or intersected by a Railroad called the Team Waggon Way, near to a Mill called Emery Crook, in the aforesaid Parish and Township of Whickham, together with a Branch Railway from or out of the said Branch Railway lastly mentioned, commencing at or upon the said lastly-mentioned Branch Railway at or near to a Plantation commonly called Askew's Plantation, at Low Team, near to a Wooden Bridge over a Rivulet called Team Gut, in the said Parish and Township of Gateshead in the said County of Durham, and passing through or into or made within Part of the said Parish and Township of Gateshead, and terminating at or near to a Manufactory called the Team Iron Works, in the said Parish and Township of Gateshead; another of the said Branch Railways commencing at or near to the East End of the said Quay called Askew's Quay otherwise Redheugh Quay, in the said Parish and Township of Gateshead in the said County of Durham, and passing through or into or made within Part of the said Parish and Township of Gateshead, and terminating at or near to the South Shore .of the River Tyne at or near to the .West End of a Street .called Pipewell Gate, in the Town and Borough of Gateshead in the Parish, and Township of Gateshead aforesaid ; another of the said Branch Railways-commencing at a Place at or near to the Summit of the South Bank of the River Tyne in .a Field lying to the West of a Field called Green's Field, in the said Parish and Township of Gateshead in the. said County of Durham, and .passing through or into or made within Part of the said Parish and Township of Gateshead, and terminating at or near to the East Side of the said Field called Green's Field, near to a Street or Lane called the Half Moon -Lane otherwise Bailey Chair, in the Parish and Township of Gateshead aforesaid; another of the said Branch Railways commencing at a Place at or near to .the West End of a Field called the Long Field, in the said ;Parish and Township. of Gateshead in the said County of Durham, and passing 640 4*-G*JLJEEMI IV. % .xxvi; pas'sihg through or into or made within Part of the. said Parish and Town-: ship of Gateshead', and terminating at or near to Oakwellgate Lane.,"at or near to the East End of a Street called Hymer's Street btherwise Garden Street, in the Parish and Township of Gateshead aforesaid ; and the Sixth' arid last of the: said Branch Railways commencing at or from the said Branch Railway last mentioned at or near to the West End of the said Field called the Long Field, in the said...

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