Colwall railway station
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Colwall railway station is a railway station on the Cotswold Line serving the village of Colwall in Herefordshire, England. The station has one platform with seating. There is no ticket office; instead, there is a permit to travel machine, with tickets being available to purchase once on board the train.
The station was opened in 1861, the same year as the Hereford and Worcester Railway Line.
The station is close to the Colwall Park Hotel and the (now defunct) Malvern Water bottling plant.
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