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Long Sutton and Pitney railway station

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Place  Upton
Pre-grouping  Great Western Railway
1 October 1907  Opened
Platforms in use  2
Area  South Somerset
Post-grouping  Great Western Railway
10 Sept 1962  Closed for passengers
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Long Sutton and Pitney railway station was a minor railway station situated in the hamlet of Upton, Somerset, about one mile equidistant from the two larger villages the station was named after.

The station was on the Langport and Castle Cary Railway of the Great Western Railway, and was situated around a mile west from Somerton Tunnel. While it closed in 1962, the line itself is still in use as part of the Reading to Taunton line.

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Long Sutton and Pitney railway station Wikipedia


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