[Source: Mark Dyson]

Date opened: 27.7.1885
Location: End of Fitzroy Street
Company on opening: Hull & Barnsley and West Riding Junction Railway
Date closed to passengers: 14.7.1924
Date closed completely: 14.7.1924
Company on closing: London & North Eastern Railway
Present state: Demolished - the station was demolished in 1986 having stood empty for some years. New sheltered housing has been built on the site, no trace of the station remains.
County: Yorkshire
OS Grid Ref: TA090309
Date of visit: August 1985 & March 1986

Notes: Beverley Road was located at the junction of the Cannon Street Branch and 'main line' from Alexandra Dock and was reputedly the busiest passenger station on the H&BR, being located close to a then prosperous suburb of Hull.

The station was closed along with Cannon Street in 1924 when the LNER diverted passenger services into Paragon station via a new spur linking the Hull-Scarborough branch with the H&BR high level line north of Walton Street level crossing.

Other web sites: For a more detailed history and maps see Hull & Barnsley Railway Stock Fund web site. Route map drawn by Alan Young

To see the other stations on the Hull Barnsley & West Riding Junction Railway click on the station name: Springhead Halt,
Willerby & Kirk Ella, Little Weighton, South Cave, North Cave,
Wallingfen, Sandholme, South Howden &
Kirk Smeaton

The following stations on this line are not featured, if you have information on the present state of these stations and photographs we would like to hear from you. North Eastrington and all stations west to Cudwort


Beverley Road Station in March 1986
hoto by Mark Dyson

Beverley Road Station in August 1985
hoto by Mark Dyson




[Source: Mark Dyson]

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