By clicking on the OS Grid reference for each station entry you will see a current map showing the station site. This might be in the form of a street map or a general area map. The arrow indicates the exact position of the station. If you see a general area map by clicking on the third 'house' symbol form the left (indicated yellow here) you will see a 1:50,000 OS map, by clicking on the Plus (+) symbol you will see a local street map..

The Disused Stations team
The picture to the right shows (left to right) Roy Lambeth (railway photographer), Nick Catford and Alan Young (railway photographer & author) at Wark station on a visit to the Border Counties line in 2009.


Below is our North West and North Wales reporter Paul Wright on the CLC Glazebrook East Junction - Skelton Junction line and bottom right Terry Callaghan our West Midlands reporter.

The 8D Association - Dedicated to promoting the history of South Lancashire and North Cheshire railways. Web Site
We are currently working on the following:

GWR Main Line between Birmingham Snow Hill - Chester General
Butterley - Langley Mill, Little Eaton - Ripley

Chesterford/Cambridge - Newmarket - NEXT
Folkestone Harbour - Dover (No recent pictures please)
Westerham branch
South Staffordshire Line (Lichfield to Dudley) - NEXT
Halesowen branch

I am happy to accept collections of photographs, slides or negatives of stations (open or closed) that can be used on the web site. Any quantity. Collection can be arranged.

Please contact nick@catford.orangehome.co.uk

FAMILY HISTORY
We are unable to help with any kind of family history enquiry as this falls outside the scope of the very limited research required to produce the brief history of a line or station that appears on the web site.
SECRET UNDERGROUND
LONDON

Nick Catford's third book isn't a
railway book but 76 pages are devoted to closed underground stations or stations with closed parts. Other railway features include Bishopsgate & Camden goods depots, Post Office railway, Snow Hill station, Crystal Palace HL subway, Waterloo station tunnels, Kingsway tram tunnel, WW2 railway control bunkers. CLICK for review and details
NUMBER OF STATIONS ON THE WEB SITE
1928

Helston Railway petition sign HERE

Petition to stop the demolition of Folkestone Harbour station
sign here
Petition to stop the demolition of Ashburton station
sign here see also
here

Isle of Wight - survey of all the disused stations on the Isle of Wight

Isle of Man - survey of all the disused stations on the Isle of Man   

Jersey Railways - survey of the Jersey Railway and the Jersey Eastern Railway (39 stations)

Blyth & Tyne system - survey of all (53) stations on the Blyth & Tyne system including those that reopened after conversion to Metro. Includes interactive map. 1029 pictures.

Passenger stations serving Southampton Docks

Liverpool Overhead Railway - A brief history of the LOR and maps and photographs of all the stations

Lines serving Tunbridge Wells West - 643 pictures
Lines serving St. Ives (Hunts)

The Waverley Route (Edinburgh Waverley to Carlisle) and associated branch lines - 2177 pictures


COPYRIGHT

Photographs used on this web site have been obtained from a variety of sources.  Those obtained directly from the original photographer or a picture library have been duly acknowledged, but some may have been acquired on the open market and, despite attempts at tracing their origin, many of these inevitably remain anonymous. These are usually credited to the 'collection' of the contributor.  If, through no fault of our own, photographs or images have been used without due credit or acknowledgement, then apologies are offered.  If anyone believes this to be the case, then please let us know and the necessary credit will be added at the earliest opportunity.


NEW ADDITIONS & MAJOR UPDATES

Nottingham Suburban Railway (311 pictures)
Nottingham London Road Low Level (NEW 31.8.2014)
Nottingham London Road High Level (NEW 31.8.2014)
Thorneywood (NEW 31.8.2014)
St. Ann's Well (NEW 31.8.2014)
Sherwood (NEW 31.8.2014)
Daybrook (NEW 31.8.2014)

Rainford Village (UPDATED 2.9.2014)
St. Leonards West Marina (UPDATED 4.9.2014)
Cranbrook (UPDATED 8.9.2014)
Bradford Adolphus Street (UPDATED 11.9.2014)
Langford & Ulting (UPDATED 27.9.2014)
Newmarket - 1st station (UPDATED 3.10.2014)

West Kirby 1st (NEW 6.10.2014)
West Kirby BJR (UPDATED 20.10.2014)

Belfast Queens Bridge (NEW 25.10.2014)
Preston Brook (NEW 26.10.2014)

Widnes Dock Junction (UPDATED 6.11.2014)

Mollington (UPDATED 30.11.2014)
Old Mill Lane (UPDATED 30.11.2014)
Llong (UPDATED 2.12.2014)

Closed stations on the London Underground


NEW PICTURES ADDED TO EXISTING STATIONS
& MINOR UPDATES


Wheathampstead (26.10.2014)
Fencehouses (26.10.2014)
Sealand Rifle Range Halt (3.11.2014)
Haydock (4.11.2014)
Warren (6.11.2014)
Rainford Village (12.11.2014)
Louth (23.11.2014)
Ravenscar (26.11.2014)
Daresbury (1.12.2014)
Ashchurch (4.12.2014)
Little Steeping (7.13.2014)

Click here for a list of stations included in Disused Stations website that have closed, albeit for a short period, and have subsequently reopened after 1970 and remain open today. Stations that have reopened as metro or light railway stations are included, but reopenings as 'tram stops' are excluded.
Click here for a list of railway related features. These include bridges, goods stations, junctions, signal boxes, light railways, ports and harbours etc.

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