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.
STATIONS THAT CLOSED AND RE-OPENED AFTER 1970

By 1970 the torrent of passenger station closures had slowed to a trickle. As transport planners started to re-think the policies of the 1960s stations began to re-open. This page is intended to list the stations that have re-opened for passenger services since 1970. Stations on the national network as well as on heritage lines that have re-opened in their original form or have been rebuilt on the same site as the original station are included. Not included are new stations that have taken the name of a closed station but are located on a different site. Tram stops that have opened on station sites are also not included.


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Warning

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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