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Gregory Park railway station

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Platforms  Single
Opened  1845
Tracks  1
Address  Port, Jamaica
Owner  Rail transport in Jamaica
Gregory Park railway station
Owned by  Jamaica Railway Corporation
Line(s)  Kingston to Montego Bay main line
Closed  1992-10; since destroyed by fire
Similar  Troja railway station, Kingston railway station - J, Montego Bay railway station, Orange Bay, Rio Cobre

Gregory Park railway station opened in 1845 and closed in 1992. It served the Gregory Park sugar estate on the Kingston to Montego Bay line, 6.5 miles (10.5 km) from the Kingston terminus. It was destroyed by fire sometime after closure.

The station was a two-story, timber building The ground floor had timber doors and sash windows. The upper floor was partially cantilevered using a series of angled timber arms to the upper front elevation to form a canopy over the platform with a veranda above. The roof of the building was a T-shaped gable end.


In 1910 the third class fare from Gregory Park to Kingston was 6d (sixpence); first class was about double.


Gregory Park railway station Wikipedia

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