Church Manor Way Halt railway station

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Church Manor Way Halt
Church Manor Way Halt is located in Greater London
Church Manor Way Halt
Church Manor Way Halt
Location of Church Manor Way Halt in Greater London
Location Abbey Wood
Local authority Greenwich
Number of platforms 2
Railway companies
Original company South Eastern Railway
Key dates
1 January 1917 (1917-01-01) Opened
1 January 1920 (1920-01-01) Closed
Other information
Lists of stations
WGS84 51°29′26″N 0°06′10″E / 51.4905°N 0.1027°E / 51.4905; 0.1027Coordinates: 51°29′26″N 0°06′10″E / 51.4905°N 0.1027°E / 51.4905; 0.1027
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Church Manor Way Halt was a halt station in south-east London, between Plumstead and Abbey Wood on the North Kent Line of the South Eastern and Chatham Railway.

It was built to serve munitions workers at Woolwich Arsenal during the First World War. It was opened in 1917 and closed in 1920. The halt was named Church Manor Way after the road in which it was situated.