||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..
We are currently working on the following:
GWR Main Line between Birmingham Snow Hill - Chester General
Butterley - Langley Mill,
Little Eaton - Ripley
Nottingham Suburban Railway - Thorneywood, St Anns Well, Sherwood and Daybrook
Macclesfield - Rose Hill Marple - NEXT
Folkestone Harbour - NEXT (Not recent)
South Staffordshire Line (Lichfield to Dudley) - NEXT
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
|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.
Few of these sites are open to the public. Please do not pester site
owners to gain access. This causes irritation to many of them and makes
our task more difficult, instead, please join one of the specialist societies
that can organise visits properly.
If you own, live in or are concerned with a site listed here and wish
to contribute or modify your site listing please feel free to contact
us. Note: Site owners wishes and concerns are always welcome.
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