Peterborough was once the hub of a thriving railway industry. It's population peaked around 4,000, but it was much more than just a railway town. It was a centre for wheat growing and sheep grazing, and comprised a flour mill, butter factory, brick kiln and abattoir for the international meat trade. Religion was a very important part of life for its people and Peterborough was the seat of both Anglican and Roman Catholic Bishops and there were five other churches in the town. 

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