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Last seen on: USA Today Crossword – May 15 2022
Random information on the term “LEG”:
Edge Hill railway station is a railway station that serves the district of Edge Hill, Liverpool, England and is one of the oldest railway stations in the world
There have been two stations of that name. The first stood a short distance south-west of the present station and its remains are still visible, although the site is not open to the public.
Edge Hill is the first station after departure from Liverpool Lime Street. The station, and all trains serving it, are operated by Northern Trains. Avanti West Coast, East Midlands Railway, TransPennine Express and West Midlands Trains services pass through the station, although, they are non stop.
The first station opened on 15 September 1830 as part of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway. It was located in a 22 yd (20 m) wide by 68 yd (62 m) long, 40 ft (12 m) deep sandstone cutting, with three tunnels at the west end.
The largest bore, in the centre, was the 2,250 yd (2,060 m) Wapping Tunnel, a long downwards incline leading to Wapping Dock and the world’s first tunnel to be bored under a metropolis. The tunnel was worked by an endless rope running down the centre of one track and back along the other, the goods wagons descended by gravity, but were hauled up by the stationary steam engine. During the summer of 1829, prior to the tunnel opening for traffic, it became a popular subterranean promenade. It was whitewashed and lit by gas at intervals. On the 1 August alone, some three thousand people walked its length.