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Chester Northgate is a former railway station in Chester, Cheshire
that was a terminus for the Cheshire Lines Committee and Great
Central Railway. It was the city centre's second station with
trains to Manchester, Birkenhead and North Wales. The station,
which was located on Victoria Road in the Newtown area of the city,
was opened on May 1, 1875 (1875-05-01) by the CLC for train
services to Manchester Central on the Mid-Cheshire Line via
Northwich. The CLC track crossed the London, Midland and Scottish
Railway and Great Western Railway line over a flying junction at
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