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but the end of the Railway bubble of the 1840s meant that they were not built.It was not until the late 1850s that a line through the Eden Valley was proposed again.

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Additionally the Yorkshire and Glasgow Union Railway was planned to run west from Thirsk through Wenslydale to Hawes, then north through the Mallerstang Valley to Kirby Stephen, and then through the Eden Valley to Clifton via Appleby-in-Westmorland.Nicholls played alongside Terry as a Chelsea youth player.The Eden Valley Railway (EVR) was a railway in Cumbria, England.When asked about it, Miss Perroncel’s publicity agent Max Clifford said: ‘No comment‘.Friends said Terry’s affair began soon after Miss Perroncel, a lingerie model, split from Bridge last summer.In 1995 the Eden Valley Railway Society was formed with the aim of re-instating services and restoring on the line.

Heritage railway services resumed in 2006 between Warcop and Sandford, with an extension of backed by the Great North of England Railway, which would have run from Northallerton to Barnard Castle then across the Pennines to Kirkby Stephen, after which two branches would have been formed to connect with the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway; one to Tebay and the other to Clifton.

I am left in serious doubt as to whether the information sourced through the business partners is full and frank.’Terry is represented by Elite management, run by Essex businessmen Paul Nicholls and Keith Cousins.

Both men describe themselves as ‘long term friends’ of Terry.

Firstly a new trans-pennine railway line was proposed, reviving the earlier schemes; the South Durham and Lancashire Union Railway (SD&LUR) was to run from the Stockton and Darlington Railway to Kirkby Stephen and then to Tebay.

A second line, the Eden Valley Railway would branch from the first at Kirkby Stephen and then go to Clifton via the upper Eden Valley.

By 1976 all that was left was 6 miles (9.7 km) of track between Appleby in Westmorland and Flitholme.