Frittenden Road railway station
The station building's brick base in 2009
|Pre-grouping||Kent and East Sussex Railway|
|Post-grouping||Southern Region of British Railways|
|15 May 1905||Station opened|
|4 January 1954||Station closed|
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
|Closed railway stations in Britain
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Frittenden Road was a railway station on the Kent and East Sussex Railway which closed in 1954. The wooden station building lay derelict for years and was destroyed by fire in October 2003.
As of 2012 most of the building's brick base still survives, and the general shape of the platform is still evident but much overgrown. The site is used by a joinery business whose premises straddle the trackbed immediately to the north of the old station.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
- Frittenden Road station at Disused-Stations.org.uk
- Frittenden Road station on navigable 1940 O. S. map
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