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Budleigh Salterton railway station

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Place  Budleigh Salterton
Post-grouping  Southern Railway
27 April 1898  renamed
Platforms in use  2
Area  East Devon
1897  Opened as Salterton
6 March 1967  Closed
Budleigh Salterton railway station
Original company  London and South Western Railway
Similar  East Budleigh railway st, Tipton St Johns railway st, Feniton railway station, Exmouth railway station

Budleigh Salterton railway station is a closed railway station that served the town of Budleigh Salterton in Devon, England. It was opened by the London and South Western Railway (LSWR) in 1897 but was closed to passengers in 1967 due to the Beeching Axe.



The station was originally opened as Salterton, a terminus on the Budleigh Salterton Railway. The station was expanded in 1903 when the line was extended to Exmouth, which formed a loop.

Passenger services were withdrawn on 6 March 1967, when the Sidmouth Junction to Exmouth line was closed to all traffic (goods traffic had already been withdrawn in 1964).

Present state

The track was subsequently lifted by 1969, but the station site remained derelict but intact until the late 1970s. It was then cleared and redeveloped for housing - as such, no trace remains today.


Budleigh Salterton railway station Wikipedia

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