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Written by Frank Junior Richards - 09 Sep 2011
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Location notes
The line is situated in the Moorlands in Staffordshire, the line covers 8 miles of steeply graded railway line from Leekbrook Junction to Cauldon Lowe where the line ends.
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Railway type and traffic
The trains running on the line are mixed between diesel (Loco and the resident DMU) and steam haulage. The Churnet Valley Railway operates for most of the year, but only on special days do services head to Cauldon Lowe. Services up to Cauldon Lowe will be top and tailed as there is no run round facility.
The Moorland City Railway was specifically set up to purchase, renovate, and return commercial rail freight to the Stoke on Trent to Cauldon Lowe rail route. Through its close association with the Churnet Valley Railway it was clear that a limited amount of heritage services would be able to operate over the MCR network in the fullness of time. Freight traffic will return in years to come.
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CVR, Bridge 19, Endon

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Photographic notes

General views - All photographs © Frank Junior Richards unless otherwise stated
Fig 1 - Looking north

Fig 1 - Looking north

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