Former Railway Station


Former Stations and Railway, Ryhope
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Former Stations and Railway, Ryhope
Former Lintz Green Railway Station
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Former Lintz Green Railway Station
- The former station at Lintz Green on the Derwent Valley Railway Branch of the North Eastern Railway. The line opened on the 2nd December, 1867, and closed to passengers on ...
Railway Station, Wolsingham
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Railway Station, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The railway station at Wolsingham was built in 1847 for the Stockton and Darlington Railway for the Wear Valley branch line. The track is now used ...
Former Station Building, Wolsingham
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Former Station Building, Wolsingham
- Overview Map Street View The former station building in Wolsingham is a Grade II listed building. It was built in 1847 for the for the Wear Valley branch line of the ...
Old Railway Station, Gilesgate
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Old Railway Station, Gilesgate
- Overview Map Street View The Travelodge hotel and Sambuca restaurant on Station Lane, Gilesgate, was the former railway station for Durham. The station was built in 1844 by G.T. Andrews ...
Former Railway Station, Barrasford
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Former Railway Station, Barrasford
- The former railway station at Barrasford was built as part of the Border Counties Railway. The station building is now part of an outdoors activity centre.
Former Whittingham Station
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Former Whittingham Station
- < Edlingham Railway Tunnel | Alnwick-Cornhill Railway |  Glanton Station >
Hunwick Station
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Hunwick Station
- Overview About Hunwick Railway Station Map Street View Hunwick Station is located about half a mile east of the main village of Hunwick, along Station Road. There was a railway ...
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Ghost Stations - Disused Railway Stations in Northumberland, England

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Former Railway Station, Wooler
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Former Railway Station, Wooler
- < Haugh Head Crossing | Alnwick-Cornhill Railway |  Bendor Crossing >
Former Ilderton Station
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Former Ilderton Station
- Located just off the A697, about a mile north-east of Ilderton, close to West Lilburn. < Roseden Crossing | Alnwick-Cornhill Railway |  Haugh Head Crossing >
Former Railway Station, Alnwick - Barter Books
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Former Railway Station, Alnwick - Barter Books
- Overview About Alnwick Station Map Street View Alnwick Railway Station on Wagon Way Road in Alnwick was opened on the 5th September, 1887. It was built as part of the ...
Former Station, Greenhead
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Former Station, Greenhead
- Overview Map Street View The former station-master's house, now private dwelling, was built in c.1836 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway Co. It is a Grade II listed building. Greendale ...
Former Smeafield Railway Station
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Former Smeafield Railway Station
- Overview About Smeafield Station Map Street View   Smeafield railway station was a railway station that served the farmstead of Smeafield, Northumberland, England from 1871 to 1930 on the East ...
North Wylam Railway Station
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North Wylam Railway Station
- North Wylam Railway Station opened on the 13th of May 1876 as part of the Scotswood, Newburn & Wylam Railway, operated by the North Eastern Railway. It was located in Wylam, ...
Bassenthwaite Lake Railway Station (1865 - 1966)
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Bassenthwaite Lake Railway Station (1865 - 1966)
- Bassenthwaite Lake railway station was situated on the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway between Penrith and Cockermouth in Cumbria, England. The station served the village of Dubwath. The station opened ...
Former Railway Station, Keswick
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Former Railway Station, Keswick
- Overview About Keswick Station Map Part of the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway Officially opened for passenger traffic on the 2nd of January 1865 Closed to passengers on the 6th of ...
Kirkby Stephen East Station
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Kirkby Stephen East Station
- Overview About Kirkby Stephen East Map Street View Kirkby Stephen East railway station on the South Durham & Lancashire Union Railway ('Stainmore Line') opened on the 8th of August 1861. The ...
Appleby East Station
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Appleby East Station
- Overview About Appleby East Railway Station Map Street View   Appleby East railway station is a closed railway station that was situated on the Eden Valley Railway between Kirkby Stephen ...
Smardale Station
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Smardale Station
Norham Station
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Norham Station
Tweedmouth Station
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Tweedmouth Station
- Overview About Tweedmouth Station Tweedmouth Station was built for the Newcastle and Berwick Railway and opened on the 29th March 1847. The grand station buildings were designed by Benjamin Green. ...
Belford Station
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Belford Station
- Overview Map Street View Belford Station closed on the 29th of January 1968. The former station is located just over half a mile east of Belford. It was built in ...
Old Station, Lesbury
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Old Station, Lesbury
Penruddock Station
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Penruddock Station
- The station at Penruddock, on the Cockermouth, Keswick & Penrith Railway, opened to passenger traffic on the 2nd of January 1865. The station closed on the 6th of March 1972.
Blackhall Colliery Station (1936 - 1964)
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Blackhall Colliery Station (1936 - 1964)
- Overview About Blackhall Colliery Railway Station   Blackhall Colliery railway station was a railway station that served the village of Blackhall Colliery in County Durham, North East England. It was ...
Sherburn House Station
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Sherburn House Station
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Plashetts Station (1861 - 1958)
- Overview About Plashetts Station   Plashetts railway station is a closed stone built railway station that served the mining hamlet of Plashetts, in Northumberland, England, which is now beneath the ...
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Broomielaw Station

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