Southwark Park railway station

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Southwark Park
Location
Place Bermondsey
Local authority Southwark
History
Opened by London and Greenwich Railway
Replaced by None
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A map from 1915 showing the location of the station

Southwark Park railway station was in southeast London on the Greenwich Line between Spa Road and Deptford. It was opened by the South Eastern and Chatham Railway on 1 October 1902, on approximately the same site as the then long-closed Commercial Dock railway station. It was close to the southern end of Southwark Park, from which it took its name. South Bermondsey on the Inner South London Line is nearby.

Like Spa Road, it closed on 15 March 1915 due to wartime economies, and did not reopen due to competition from other public transport.[1]

Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Spa Road   South Eastern
and Chatham Railway

Greenwich line
  Deptford

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Southwark Park station". Abandoned stations. Archived from the original on 2009-01-30. ; with pictures

Coordinates: 51°29′21″N 0°03′11″W / 51.4893°N 0.0531°W / 51.4893; -0.0531