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Hallaton railway station

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Place  Hallaton
Grid reference  SP794966
1879  Opened
Area  Leicestershire
Post-grouping  LNER and LMS joint
Platforms in use  2
Pre-grouping  Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway
Similar  Medbourne railway station, East Langton railway st, Old Dalby railway station, Bardon Hill railway station, Asfordby railway station

Hallaton railway station


Hallaton railway station was a former railway station serving the village of Hallaton, Leicestershire, on the Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway. The station was located about a quarter of a mile east of the village on the road to Horninghold. The station opened in 1879 and closed to regular traffic in 1953. The Leicester to Peterborough service was withdrawn in 1916. To the south-west was Welham Junction.

Former Services

References

Hallaton railway station Wikipedia


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