Almeley railway station

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Almeley
Station platform, Almeley - geograph.org.uk - 377604.jpg
Almeley station platform
Location
Place Almeley
Area Herefordshire
Coordinates 52°09′31″N 2°58′56″W / 52.1587°N 2.9822°W / 52.1587; -2.9822Coordinates: 52°09′31″N 2°58′56″W / 52.1587°N 2.9822°W / 52.1587; -2.9822
Grid reference SO329516
Operations
Original company Kington and Eardisley Railway
Pre-grouping Great Western Railway
Post-grouping Great Western Railway
History
3 August 1874 Station opened
1 January 1917 Station closed
11 December 1922 Station reopened
1 July 1940 Station closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Almeley railway station was a railway station on the line from Kington to Eardisley in the English county of Herefordshire.

History[edit]

Opened on the Kington and Eardisley Railway, operated from the outset by the Great Western Railway, the station closed during the Second World War.

The site today[edit]

The station building, which was used for many years as a cattle shed, has recently been converted into a dwellinghouse. The platform still exists.


Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Lyonshall
Line and station closed
  Great Western Railway
Kington and Eardisley Railway
  Eardisley
Line and station closed

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