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Hartley Station (1851 - 1964)

Hartley Station was located at the east end of New Hartley and to the north side of the level crossing on St Michael’s Avenue. The station was opened in 1851 by the Blyth & Tyne Railway. The station, also known as Hartley Junction, had platforms on the Seghill line, and also a platform on the Avenue Branch line. The station closed on the 2nd of November 1964 and was later demolished.[1]

New Hartley Blyth and Tyne Railway Former Railway Stations
Hartley Station
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Blyth and Tyne Railway
- Overview About the Blyth & Tyne Railway The Blyth & Tyne Railway was formed in 1853 to amalgamate several private railways and waggonways that had developed to carry coal from …
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Level crossing, New Hartley

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Railway heading north, New Hartley

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Avenue Branch Line

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Keys to the Past HER: N12016
County: Northumberland
Grid ref: NZ31277684


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