Burton Joyce railway station
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|Number of platforms||2|
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|* Annual estimated passenger usage based on sales of tickets in stated financial year(s) which end or originate at Burton Joyce from Office of Rail and Road statistics. Methodology may vary year on year.|
Burton Joyce railway station serves the village of Burton Joyce in Nottinghamshire, England. It lies between Carlton and Lowdham stations on the Nottingham to Lincoln Line which was engineered by George Stephenson and opened by the Midland Railway on 3 August 1846. The station has two platforms, a five-space car park and shelters on both platforms
The Nottingham (westbound) platform was shortened significantly when locomotive-hauled trains stopped in the 1960s, during the Beeching era. The main fleet through the station is class 153s and 156s, and sometimes 158s.
East Midlands Trains serve this station with trains between Lincoln and Nottingham. Some services start at Worksop in the early morning, and some continue past Lincoln to Sleaford. Most services on a weekday travel between Matlock and Newark Castle with some continuing to Lincoln Central.
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