This is about the 19th century railway company. For the 21st century train operating company, see London Midland. The London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) was an early railway company in the United Kingdom from 1833 to 1846, when it became part of the London and North Western Railway (L&NWR). The 112-mile (180 km) railway line which the company opened in 1838 between London and Birmingham was the first intercity line to be built into London. It is now the southern section of the West Coast Main Line.

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  • This is about the 19th century railway company. For the 21st century train operating company, see London Midland. The London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) was an early railway company in the United Kingdom from 1833 to 1846, when it became part of the London and North Western Railway (L&NWR). The 112-mile (180 km) railway line which the company opened in 1838 between London and Birmingham was the first intercity line to be built into London. It is now the southern section of the West Coast Main Line. The line was engineered by Robert Stephenson. It started at Euston Station in London, went north-north-west to Rugby, where it turned west to Coventry and on to Birmingham. It terminated at Curzon Street Station, which it shared with the Grand Junction Railway (GJR), whose adjacent platforms gave an interchange with full connectivity (with through carriages) between Liverpool, Manchester and London. (en)
  • Die London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) war eine britische Eisenbahngesellschaft, die von 1833 bis 1846 existierte und danach in der London and North Western Railway aufging. Sie baute die 190 km lange Strecke zwischen London und Birmingham, die im Jahr 1838 vollendet wurde. Die L&BR war eine der weltweit ersten Fernverkehrsstrecken und die erste Eisenbahn, die ins Zentrum der britischen Hauptstadt führte. Heute bildet sie den südlichen Abschnitt der West Coast Main Line. (de)
  • A London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) foi uma das primeiras companhias ferroviárias do Reino Unido, operando de 1833 a 1846, quando tornou-se parte da London and North Western Railway (L&NWR). Os 180 quilômetros (112 milhas) da linha ferroviária que a empresa inaugurou em 1838 entre Londres e Birmingham foi a primeira linha interurbana a ser construída em Londres. Atualmente, ela faz parte da seção sul da West Coast Main Line. A linha foi projetada por Robert Stephenson. Iniciava na estação de Euston, em Londres, partindo na direção norte-noroeste, para Rugby, onde havia um contorno oeste para Coventry e Birmingham. Sua estação final era a de Curzon Street, que partilhava com a Grand Junction Railway (GJR), cujas plataformas adjacentes permitiam uma ligação para a Liverpool and Manchester Railway (L&MR), e autorizada através de viagens de trens de Londres para essas cidades. (pt)
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  • London & Birmingham Railway coat of arms on the original Euston station gates displayed at the National Railway Museum in York
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  • Die London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) war eine britische Eisenbahngesellschaft, die von 1833 bis 1846 existierte und danach in der London and North Western Railway aufging. Sie baute die 190 km lange Strecke zwischen London und Birmingham, die im Jahr 1838 vollendet wurde. Die L&BR war eine der weltweit ersten Fernverkehrsstrecken und die erste Eisenbahn, die ins Zentrum der britischen Hauptstadt führte. Heute bildet sie den südlichen Abschnitt der West Coast Main Line. (de)
  • This is about the 19th century railway company. For the 21st century train operating company, see London Midland. The London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) was an early railway company in the United Kingdom from 1833 to 1846, when it became part of the London and North Western Railway (L&NWR). The 112-mile (180 km) railway line which the company opened in 1838 between London and Birmingham was the first intercity line to be built into London. It is now the southern section of the West Coast Main Line. (en)
  • A London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) foi uma das primeiras companhias ferroviárias do Reino Unido, operando de 1833 a 1846, quando tornou-se parte da London and North Western Railway (L&NWR). Os 180 quilômetros (112 milhas) da linha ferroviária que a empresa inaugurou em 1838 entre Londres e Birmingham foi a primeira linha interurbana a ser construída em Londres. Atualmente, ela faz parte da seção sul da West Coast Main Line. (pt)
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