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Former Ilderton Station

Located just off the A697, about a mile north-east of Ilderton, close to West Lilburn.

Ilderton 1887 Alnwick to Cornhill Railway Former Railway Stations
from Geograph (geograph)
Former Ilderton station, converted to a restaurant, 2000

Pinned by Simon Cotterill
from http://www.disused-stations...
- "...The station is largely intact with extensions on the platform added during conversion to a restaurant in 1993. The railway cottages survive but all the buildings in the goods yard ...

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Simon Cotterill
Ilderton Railway Station (Cheviotside)
- "The station lies on the former North Eastern Railway line that ran from Alnwick to Cornhill. The station buildings were designed by William Bell and built in red sandstone, although ...

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Alnwick to Cornhill Railway
  Co-Curate Page
Alnwick to Cornhill Railway
- Overview About the Cornhill Branch The Alnwick to Coldstream (Cornhill) railway, was opened in 1887 by the North Eastern Railway to link it's Kelso line to its Alnwick Branch. Stations: Signal ...


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Keys to the Past HER: N3590
Post code: NE66 4PH
Grid ref: NU019235


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