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Grafham railway station

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Grid reference  SK863943
1 March 1866  Opened as Graffham
Pre-grouping  Midland Railway
1 February 1877  Renamed Grafham
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Original company  Kettering, Thrapstone and Huntingdon Railway
Post-grouping  London, Midland and Scottish Railway
Similar  Wisbech St Mary railway st, Cherryhinton railway station, Wilburton railway station, Guyhirne railway station, Chettisham railway station

Grafham railway station was a railway station in Grafham, Cambridgeshire. The station and its line closed in 1959.

In the 1990s the railway station buildings still stood and were lived in. The area around the old platform (known in the village as 'the scrapyard') had been used to dispose of old machinery and other debris as can be seen in the background of the view in 1995. The platform itself was still clearly visible. Since then the site was cleared, buildings demolished, and a row of new houses built on the land.

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Grafham railway station Wikipedia


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