SCRCA Location Variant: Milepost - MR4 - Full mile

Midland Railway Company standard design milepost - full mile

Examples

The following examples from the SCRCA Project database illustrate this location variant. Locations are only displayed here if the site or structure has been assessed and if a default image is available. The locations are grouped by 'type' (where appropriate), then sorted by Location ID.

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SCRCA Location Type: Milepost

Location ID: 233000

Milepost 233

Location ID: 235000

Milepost 235

Location ID: 247000

Milepost 247

Location ID: 248000

Milepost 248

Location ID: 249000

Milepost 249

Location ID: 253000

Milepost 253

Location ID: 254000

Milepost 254

Location ID: 255000

Milepost 255

Location ID: 256000

Milepost 256

Location ID: 257000

Milepost 257

Location ID: 259000

Milepost 259

Location ID: 260000

Milepost 260

Location ID: 261000

Milepost 261

Location ID: 263000

Milepost 263

Location ID: 264000

Milepost 264

Location ID: 265000

Milepost 265

Location ID: 290000

Milepost 290

Location ID: 291000

Milepost 291

Location ID: 298000

Milepost 298

Location ID: 300000

Milepost 300

 

Errors and omissions
Reasonable efforts are being made to ensure the accuracy of the information obtained and uploaded as part of the SCRCA Project. However, it is possible that a few errors will have crept-in. If you notice any such errors, we would be grateful if you would bring them to our attention using the SCRCA Project Contact Form. The Friends of the Settle-Carlisle Line and the members of the SCRCA Project Team do NOT guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in this database. If you intend to use and / or act upon any of this information, you are advised to verify its accuracy BEFORE doing so.