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Bradley and Moxley railway station

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Place  Bradley
Grid reference  SO963952
1862 (1862)  Station opened
Original company  Great Western Railway
Area  Wolverhampton
Pre-grouping  Great Western Railway
1 May 1915 (1915-05-01)  Station closed
Similar  Brownhills Watling Street rail, Hockley (Birmingham) railway st, Newton Road railway st

Bradley and Moxley railway station was a small intermediate station on the Great Western Railway's London (Paddington) to Birkenhead via Birmingham (Snow Hill) line. It was opened in 1862 and served the small communities of Bradley and Moxley in the West Midlands. It closed on 1 May 1915, with the coming of the First World War. Due to poor patronage, it didn't reopen following the end of hostilities. A Midland Metro station was opened at Bradley Lane nearby in 1999.

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Bradley and Moxley railway station Wikipedia


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