Rotherfield and Mark Cross railway station
|Rotherfield & Mark Cross|
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Southern Region of British Railways
|1 September 1880||Station opened|
|14 June 1965||Station closed to passengers|
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
|Closed railway stations in Britain
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Rotherfield and Mark Cross (also Rotherfield) is the name of a closed station on the Eridge - Heathfield - Polegate railway (the Cuckoo Line) in East Sussex. The station was built by London, Brighton and South Coast Railway and closed with the line in 1965 (the "Beeching Axe").
The station building is still standing, and is in use as a private house.
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- Branch Lines to Tunbridge Wells. Middleton Press.
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