Grosvenor Road railway station

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Grosvenor Road
Extract of 1889 Railway Map Showing Grosvenor Road station.png
Location Pimlico
Local authority City of Westminster
Owner London, Chatham and Dover Railway/
London, Brighton and South Coast Railway
Number of platforms 4 ?
Key dates
1867 Opened (LC&DR)
1870 Opened (LB&SCR)
1907 Closed (LB&SCR)
1911 Closed (LC&DR)
Replaced by none
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Grosvenor Road station was a London railway station located at the north end of Grosvenor Bridge on the approach tracks to Victoria station.

Victoria station was originally operated as two separate parts served by the London, Chatham and Dover Railway (LC&DR) and the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway (LB&SCR) and Grosvenor Road station was also operated in this way. The LC&DR station operated between 1867 and 1911 and the LB&SCR station operated between 1870 and 1907.

The station building of the LC&DR station remains on the eastern side of the tracks adjacent to Grosvenor Road (A3212) although no platforms remain at the elevated track level.

Preceding station Disused railways Following station
London Victoria   London, Brighton and South Coast Railway
Main Line
  Battersea Park
  London, Chatham and Dover Railway
Main Line
  Battersea Park Road

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Coordinates: 51°29′10″N 0°08′49″W / 51.48611°N 0.14694°W / 51.48611; -0.14694