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Old 12th December 2012, 08:49   #1
Paul Sidorczuk
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Default Windsor Bridge goods station, Salford.

I appear to have lost my very old handwritten notes (that were given to me by an elderly railway historian in 1966) on this arcane railway establishment and ask if anyone can let me know the opening date of this and to clarify if, during its very early years, it also handled passenger train services.
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