Trans-Pennine train at York station, by Ron Hodgson, June 1987. This service carried passengers from Newcastle to Liverpool, via York and Manchester. York station was rebuilt as a through station in the 1870s as the existing building, built in 1841 inside the city's walls, had been too small, and many accidents had occurred. The station was designed by G T Andrews.
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