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Soho railway station

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Place  Smethwick
1853  Opened
1949  Closed
Area  Sandwell
1880s  Rebuilt
Platforms in use  2
Pre-grouping  London and North Western Railway
People also search for  Portobello railway station

Soho railway station was a railway station in England, built by the London and North Western Railway on their Stour Valley Line in 1853. It served Soho in the eastern part of Smethwick, and included goods sheds and sidings.

The station was rebuilt on a new site to the west of Soho Street during the 1880s.

The station closed in 1949, although the Rugby-Birmingham-Stafford Line loop from the West Coast Main Line still runs through the site of the station today.

There is little evidence of the location of the station on the ground today, and Smethwick Rolfe Street is only a short distance to the west.

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Soho railway station Wikipedia


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