Misterton railway station

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Misterton railway station was a railway station in Misterton, Nottinghamshire, England which is now closed.[1]

It was opened by the Great Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway and closed by British Railways in 1961. Trains between Gainsborough and Doncaster continue to pass through.

Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Haxey & Epworth
Line open, station closed
  Great Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway   Walkeringham
Line open, station closed
Doncaster–Lincoln line
East Coast Main Line
Left arrow to London │to York Right arrow
Doncaster
Bessacarr Halt
Finningley
Park Drain
Axholme Joint Railway
to Goole
Haxey Junction
Haxey and Epworth
River Idle
Chesterfield Canal
Misterton
to Stockwith Goods
Misterton Petroleum
storage depot
Walkeringham
Beckingham
Sheffield–Lincoln line
to Sheffield
West Trent Junction
River Trent
East Trent Junction
Brigg Branch
to Cleethorpes
Gainsborough Lea Road
Lea
Stow Park
Saxilby
Skellingthorpe
Nottingham–Lincoln line
Lincoln Central
Sheffield–Lincoln line
to Cleethorpes
Peterborough–Lincoln line

References[edit]

  1. ^ British Railways Atlas.1947. p.16

Coordinates: 53°26′22″N 0°49′59″W / 53.4395°N 0.8330°W / 53.4395; -0.8330