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Halesowen railway station

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Place  Halesowen
1878  Opened
Area  Dudley
Platforms in use  2
Original company  Midland Railway, Great Western Railway
1927  public passenger services withdrawn
1958  workmens services withdrawn
Address  Halesowen B63 4AH, United Kingdom
Original companies  Midland Railway, Great Western Railway
Similar  Newton Road railway st, Granville Street railway st, Icknield Port Road railway st, Hockley (Birmingham) railway st

Halesowen railway station was a railway station in Halesowen, England, on the Great Western Railway & Midland Railway's Joint Halesowen Railway line from Old Hill to Longbridge.



The station opened in 1878, but it had a very short life in terms of passenger services. All of the station and lines passenger services ceased in 1927 except a few factory worker trains which served the Austin Rover Works in Longbridge until 1958.

The station had yard facilities and a small branch to the Hawne Basin on the Dudley Canal, with freight services continuing until the closure of the line in 1964.


Today the track bed is still in place but there is no sign of Halesowen’s railway station. The station site is an industrial site on the bottom of Mucklows Hill (which used to pass over the railway line on a bridge) next to Halesowen College.


Halesowen railway station Wikipedia

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