Littleham railway station

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Littleham
Location
Place Littleham
Area East Devon
Coordinates 50°37′26″N 3°23′12″W / 50.6240°N 3.3868°W / 50.6240; -3.3868Coordinates: 50°37′26″N 3°23′12″W / 50.6240°N 3.3868°W / 50.6240; -3.3868
Operations
Original company London and South Western Railway
Post-grouping Southern Railway
Platforms 2
History
1903 Opened
1967 Closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Littleham railway station was a railway station that served Littleham, Exmouth, in Devon, England. It was opened in 1903 on the Budleigh Salterton Railway, but was closed to passengers in 1967 due to the Beeching Axe.

History[edit]

Local railway lines

The station was the penultimate station on the Budleigh Salterton Railway.

Passenger and freight services were withdrawn in 1967.[1]

Present state[edit]

The Station Master's house remains as a private dwelling, the rest having been built over by road and housing.

Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Budleigh Salterton
Line and station closed
  British Rail
Southern Region

Budleigh Salterton Railway
  Exmouth
Line closed, station open


Sidmouth & Budleigh
Salterton Railways
West of England Main Line
Feniton
Sidmouth Junction
West of England Main Line
Ottery St Mary
Tipton St Johns
Sidmouth
Newton Poppleford
Colaton Raleigh siding
East Budleigh
Budleigh Salterton
Littleham
Avocet Line
Exmouth

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