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Convention between Italy and Switzerland relative to Police Services in the International Railway Stations at Chiasso and Luino, signed at Berne, 16 February 1881

Convention between France and Italy for the Establishment of International Railway Stations at Modane and Ventimiglia, signed at Paris, 20 January 1879

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Convention between France and Switzerland respecting the Telegraph and Telephone Services on the Frasne-Vallorbe Railway Line and at the International Station at Vallorbe, signed at Paris, 11 July 1914

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Had no distinctive history until the Liverpool and Manchester railway of 1830, with the opening of Manchester Liverpool Road and Liverpool Crown Street: the light passenger traffic on the Stockton ...

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