Cold Norton railway station
Cold Norton railway station was a station in Cold Norton, Essex. It was on a single track branch line from Maldon to Woodham Ferrers which opened on 1 October 1889; the station closed on 10 September ...
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Watton-at-Stone railway station
Watton-at-Stone railway station serves the village of Watton-at-Stone in Hertfordshire, England. It is on the Hertford Loop branch line between Hertford North and Stevenage and is served by trains op...
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Creswell and Welbeck railway station
Creswell and Welbeck railway station is a former railway station in the village of Creswell, north eastern Derbyshire, England.
Three stations have included a version of "Creswell" in their na...
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Rhiwfron railway station
Rhiwfron railway station is a railway station serving Rhiwfron in Ceredigion in Mid-Wales. It is an intermediate station on the preserved Vale of Rheidol Railway.A station or halt has exited here sinc...
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Newmarket Warren Hill railway station
Newmarket railway station serves the town of Newmarket. All trains serving it are operated by Abellio Greater Anglia. The first railway station in Newmarket opened in 1848 as the terminus of the by th...
Folkestone Harbour railway station
Folkestone Harbour station is a railway station built to serve the port of Folkestone in Kent, and is one of three stations in the town. It is at the end of the short 1-in-30 Folkestone Harbour Branch...
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Lord's tube station
Lord's was a London Underground station located in St John's Wood, north-west London.It was opened in 1868 by the Metropolitan Railway on its Metropolitan and St John's Wood Railway line, which is now...
Laurel House Railroad Station
The Laurel House Station, branch MP 18.5, was built as part of the three-foot gauge Kaaterskill Railroad, an extension of the Stony Clove and Catskill Mountain Railroad. It was built so passengers cou...
Stow St Mary Halt railway station
Stow St Mary Halt railway station (also known as Stow Maries Halt) was a station in Stow Maries, Essex which opened on 24 September 1928 and closed on 10 September 1939. It was on a single track branc...
The Dyke railway station
The Dyke railway station was a railway station near Devil's Dyke in West Sussex, England which opened in 1887 and closed in 1939.
The Dyke Station opened as the terminus for the standard gauge rai...
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Gospel Oak railway station
Gospel Oak railway station is in the borough of Camden in north London. It is on the North London Line (NLL) and is also the western passenger terminus of the Gospel Oak to Barking Line. Passengers us...
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Nantyronen railway station
Nantyronen railway station is a railway station serving Nantyronen in Ceredigion in Mid-Wales. It is an intermediate station on the preserved Vale of Rheidol Railway. It is accessible by road from the...
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Chartley railway station
Chartley railway station was a former British railway station to serve the village of Stowe-by-Chartley in Staffordshire. It was opened by the Stafford and Uttoxeter Railway in 1867 and renamed Stowe...
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Sag Harbor (LIRR station)
Sag Harbor was the terminus of the abandoned Sag Harbor Branch of the Long Island Railroad, and was one of two stations within the village of Sag Harbor, New York. It opened in 1870 with the arrival o...
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Holtby railway station
Holtby railway station was a station on the York to Beverley Line in North Yorkshire, England. It opened as Gate Helmsley in 1847/8 and was renamed to "Holtby" in 1872. Passenger services ended in 193...
Paulsgrove Halt railway station
Paulsgrove Halt was a railway station opened in 1928 to serve the adjacent Portsmouth Racecourse, a pony racing stronghold. The racecourse, and station, lay in the Paulsgrove district of Portsmouth, s...
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Grindley railway station
Grindley railway station was a former British railway station to serve the village of Grindley in Staffordshire. It was opened by the Stafford and Uttoxeter Railway in 1867 and closed in 1939. The St...
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Church Road Garston railway station
Church Road Garston railway station was a station in Garston in England, it was situated on the west side of Church Road.
The station opened in 1 March 1881 and closed 3 July 1939.
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Glanyrafon railway station
Glanyrafon railway station (formerly Glanrafon) is a railway station serving Glanyrafon in Ceredigion in Mid-Wales. It is a request stop on the preserved Vale of Rheidol Railway. It is 2 miles 26...
Mill Hill (The Hale) railway station
Mill Hill (The Hale) railway station was a station in Mill Hill, London NW7 on the now-removed railway between Mill Hill East station and Edgware railway station. It was located near the junction of B...
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Kaaterskill Junction Railroad Station
The Kaaterskill Junction Station, branch MP 11.8, was one of the smallest stations on the Ulster & Delaware, and served as the station at the junction between the Stony Clove and Kaaterskill Bran...
Loudounhill railway station
Loudounhill (NS 60268 37191) was a railway station on the Darvel and Strathaven Railway serving a rural area that included the landmark of Loudoun Hill in the Parish of Galston, East Ayrshire, Scotlan...
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Croix-Rouge
Croix-Rouge was the first terminus of line 10 of the Paris Métro. It opened in 1923, and closed in 1939.The station is situated in the 6th arrondissement of Paris, between the stations Sèvres - Babylo...
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Woodhaven (LIRR station)
Woodhaven is a former railroad and trolley station on the Atlantic Branch of the Long Island Rail Road. Though it was also on one of the same lines as Woodhaven Junction (LIRR station) the two station...
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Spinkhill railway station
Spinkhill railway station is a former railway station in Spinkhill, Derbyshire, England.
The station was built by the Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway on their Beighton Branch, wi...
Clarenceville (LIRR station)
Clarenceville Station was a station on the Atlantic Branch, which ran along Atlantic Avenue, of the Long Island Rail Road, located west of 111th Street in the Richmond Hill section of Queens, New York...
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Champ de Mars (Paris Métro)
Champ de Mars is a ghost station along line 8 of the Paris Métro, between the stations la Motte-Picquet - Grenelle and École Militaire. It is situated in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, to the south...
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Claverdon railway station
Claverdon railway station serves the village of Claverdon in Warwickshire, England.The station sees up to six Chiltern Railways departures in each direction on the Stratford-upon-Avon to Leamington Sp...
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Barons Lane Halt railway station
Barons Lane Halt railway station was a station in Essex which closed in 1939. It was on a single track branch line from Maldon to Woodham Ferrers which opened on 1 October 1889; the station closed on ...
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