Draycott and Breaston railway station
- For the station in Somerset, see Draycott railway station (Somerset).
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The station's site in 1991
|Area||Borough of Erewash|
|Original company||Midland Counties Railway|
|Post-grouping||Midland Main Line
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From 1939 until it closed in 1966 it was known as Draycott and Breaston The main building remained until 1985, but the station has now completely disappeared.
There was an original station named Breaston, but it was very soon renamed Sawley to prevent confusion with Beeston. This station was superseded in time by Sawley Junction (now Long Eaton).
- Higginson, M, (1989) The Midland Counties Railway: A Pictorial Survey, Derby: Midland Railway Trust.
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