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Counter Drain railway station

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Place  Tongue End
1 August 1866  Opened
Platforms in use  1
Grid reference  TF179208
Original company  Bourne railway station
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Area  South Holland, Lincolnshire
Pre-grouping  Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway
Post-grouping  Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway
Similar  North Drove railway st, Castle Bytham railway st, Branston and Heighingt, Twenty railway station, Corby Glen railway station

Counter Drain railway station was a remote station in Lincolnshire serving the village of Tongue End. It was on the route of the Spalding and Bourne Railway (opened 1866), later part of the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway which ran across East Anglia to the Norfolk Coast. The station opened with the line on 1 August 1866, closed temporarily between 9 October 1880 and 1 February 1881, and closed permanently on 2 March 1959, although the line remained opened for goods until 1964. The three intermediate stations between Spalding and Bourne had unusual names, because there were few nearby settlements; "Counter Drain" was the name of a drainage ditch close to the station.

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References

Counter Drain railway station Wikipedia


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