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Salford Priors railway station

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Place  Salford Priors
Grid reference  SP 080513
16 June 1866 (1866-06-16)  Station opens
Platforms in use  1
Area  Stratford-on-Avon
Pre-grouping  Midland Railway
Original company  Gloucester loop line
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Post-grouping  London, Midland and Scottish Railway London Midland Region of British Railways
Similar  Marton (Warwicks) railway st, Chambers Crossing Halt railw, Arley and Fillongley railway st, Birdingbury railway station, Binton railway station

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Salford Priors railway station was a railway station located in the village of Salford Priors, Warwickshire, England. Opened on 16 June 1866 (17 September for passengers) as part of the Evesham & Redditch Railway, it had only one platform but a brick built waiting room/ticket office and station master's house. It closed on 17 September 1963, although the last train ran on 1 October 1962, after which the train service was suspended due to the poor condition of the track. A bus service replaced it while the statutory closure process was gone through.


The station building itself is still in existence, little changed and used as an office building. The goods shed still stands.

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