The Northampton and Peterborough Railway was an early railway promoted by the London and Birmingham Railway (L&BR) to run from a junction at Blisworth on the L&BR main line to Northampton and Peterborough, in England. The construction of the line was authorised by Parliament in 1843 and the 47 mile line opened in 1845. The line largely followed the river Nene, and for economy of construction, it had many level crossings with intersecting roads, rather than bridges. In 1846 the L&BR joined with other companies, together forming the London and North Western Railway (LNWR).
The line ran through largely agricultural terrain, and it never developed as much as later, neighbouring main line railways. It closed to ordinary passenger traffic in 1964, and closed completely in 1972. A part of it has since been reopened as the Nene Valley Railway heritage line.
With the information given in the Adventure Lab find the final location.
N52 2(E-A).BAC W000 2B.DA(E-B) Check sum = 41