Narroways Junction

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  1. Mojo

    Mojo Administrator Staff Member Administrator

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    Can anyone advise what exactly this junction is actually called? Various sources either refer to this as Narroways Hill Junction or just Narroways Junction. I seem to recall the sign on the ground says Narroways Hill Junction. The Baseline Declaration on the Network Rail website also says Narroways Hill Junction.
     
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  3. John Webb

    John Webb Established Member

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    Baker's 12th Ed atlas (2010) has it as Narroways Hill Junction.
     
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    driver9000 Established Member

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    Narroways Hill Junction is the name given in the current appendix so this will be regarded as the official title.
     
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    It's always knows as Narroways Hill by crews who sign the road and when route learning, although often just Narroways when referring to it casually. Narroways Hill is its official title.
     
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