Medge Hall Station

Medge Hall Station 1889

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    1. South Yorkshire Railway
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      […] was the only intermediate station when the line was opened, but others at Maud’s Bridge, Medge Hall and Godnow Bridge were brought into use soon afterwards. The initial service consisted of three […]

    2. Pete
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      Hi could you please tell me what happened in an accident at medge hall station on the 25/09/1925

      1. angus
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        Western Daily Press – Tuesday 29 September 1925

        The Accident to Irish Harvesters.
        The inquest was opened at Medge Hall, near Doncaster, yesterday, on Michael Moran, of Kilkenny, Michael Moran, of Kilmovel, cousins, and Patrick Horan, the latter place, who were killed through being run down by the fish express at Medge Hall, London and North-Eastern main line, between Grimsby and Doncaster, Saturday night.
        It was stated that the men were taking a short cut across the railway to reach farm which they were engaged harvesters, for the potato crop.
        They stood aside for one train to pass, and did not notice the approach of the fish express. They were caught by this train and killed outright, two of their companionhaving narrow escapes.
        John Connor, a man who escaped, that he shouted to his companions to clear, but it was too late.
        The inquest was adjourned*

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