Brownhills Watling Street railway station
|Brownhills Watling Street|
The station in the early 1900s
|Post-grouping||London, Midland and Scottish Railway|
|1 July 1884||Opened as Brownhills|
|2 June 1924||Renamed as Brownhills Watling Street|
|31 March 1930||Closed to passengers|
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It opened as simply Brownhills railway station, which was also the name of the other station within the town, which was operated by the London and North Western Railway on the South Staffordshire Line. The station was renamed in 1924.
The branch line that the station was situated on was planned to access the colliery traffic in the Cannock area and to link to the Cannock Chase and Wolverhampton Railway, and passenger traffic was a secondary consideration.
The line to the north of the station is now in use as part of the Chasewater Railway.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Walsall Wood||Midland Railway
Aldridge to Brownhills Branch
|Brownhills West (Midland Railway)|
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