Easton Court railway station
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Easton Court railway station was a station in Little Hereford, Herefordshire, England. The station opened on 1 August 1861 as the only intermediate stop on the Tenbury Railway. It was removed from the passenger timetable in October 1862 due to a lack of traffic. Following the opening of the Tenbury and Bewdley Railway on 13 August 1864, which completed the line from Woofferton to Bewdley, Easton Court re-opened in April 1865.
The station appeared in some timetables as "Easton Court for Little Hereford". It closed on 31 July 1961, the same date as the closure of the former Tenbury Railway.
- Mitchell, Vic; Smith, Keith (2007). Branch Lines around Cleobury Mortimer. Middleton Press. figs. 12-16. ISBN 9781906008185. OCLC 176923876.
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Line open, station closed
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