Corton railway station
|Pre-grouping||Norfolk and Suffolk Joint Railway|
|Post-grouping||London and North Eastern Railway
Eastern Region of British Railways
|Platforms||2(reduced to 1 in the 1960s)|
|13 July 1903||Opened|
|13 July 1964||Closed to freight|
|4 May 1970||Closed to passengers|
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
|Closed railway stations in Britain
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For several years Corton had a static Camping coach in a siding. It was used as accommodation for holiday makers.
Corton is the only station building apart from Lowestoft Central remaining on the route of the line, it is currently in use as a private residence, the trackbed has been filled to platform level, and while the canopy is still in existence, it is looking very run down and forlorn.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Hopton-on-Sea||Norfolk and Suffolk
- Webpage including a picture of the station in 1974
- Corton station on 1946 O. S. map
- Corton station in late 1960s when one track had been removed.
- Corton station 2007
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