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A branch was built to link the railway to the North Midland in a northerly direction from Sheffield at Rotherham Masborough station.
Departures from Wicker were timetabled at,and plus a departure at on Mondays and, and from Rotherham.
Plans were changed when it was realised that this route would preclude coal from the Duke of Norfolk's estate from directly reaching the waterway, and a new route to the south of the river used.
In the Midland built a line from Chesterfield through Sheffield via the Bradway Tunnelwhich rejoined the old line at Masbrough.
The engineers were John Stephenson not known to be a relation of George who introduced scientific methods into earthwork construction and the excavation of deep cuttings, and Isaac Dodds whose "talent for invention was highly respected in his day" Superintending the construction was Frederick Swanwicka pupil of George Stephensonwho was nominally engineering chief.
Nevertheless, as Whishaw put it: The first train was pulled by Victory and consisted of six yellow and black carriages, holding passengers.
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On the first day this operation, 61 carriages were pulled by 5 locomotives.