Barkston railway station

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Down goods passing the site of Barkston station, 13th June 1963

Barkston railway station was a former station serving the village of Barkston, Lincolnshire. It was on the Great Northern Railway main line near to the now realigned (Allington chord) junction with the lines to Sleaford and Lincoln.[1] The station was closed in 1955 and has been demolished leaving no trace today of its existence.

Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Grantham
Line and station open
  Great Northern Railway
East Coast Main Line
  Hougham
Line open, station closed
Disused railways
Grantham
Line and station open
  Great Northern Railway
Grantham to Boston Line
  Honington
Line and station closed
Grantham
Line and station open
  Great Northern Railway
Grantham to Lincoln Line
  Honington
Line and station closed

References[edit]

  1. ^ British Railways Atlas.1947. p.16

Coordinates: 52°57′58″N 0°38′33″W / 52.96602°N 0.64249°W / 52.96602; -0.64249