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Anchovy railway station

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Platforms  Single
Opened  c1894
Owner  Rail transport in Jamaica
Tracks  One
Closed  1992-10
Anchovy railway station
Owned by  Jamaica Railway Corporation
Line(s)  Kingston to Montego Bay main line
Similar  Spanish Town railway st, Kingston railway station - J, Troja railway station, Edinburgh Castle - Jamaica, Gregory Park railway st

Anchovy railway station top 5 facts

Anchovy railway station opened in c1894 and closed in 1992. It served the small town of Anchovy, Jamaica on the Kingston to Montego Bay line and was 105.75 miles (170.19 km) from the Kingston terminus.


It was built around 1894 of timber in the Jamaican Georgian architectural style. It has two floors. The ground floor has timber doors and sash windows. The upper floor is partially cantilevered and is supported by a series of timber posts on the ground floor to form a canopy over the platform and front elevation. The upper floor has a mixture of sash and louvred windows as well as recessed panel timber doors. The roof of the structure is a T-shaped gable end zinc roof with a semi-circular fanlight on either side of a double gable end section of the roof.

In 2003 it was reported as being in "very poor condition" and "in need of major repairs".

It is on the list of designated National Heritage Sites in Jamaica.


In 1910 the third class fare from Anchovy to Kingston was 8/- (eight shillings); first class was about double.


Anchovy railway station Wikipedia

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