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Stourbridge Basin was a canal basin at the end of the Stourbridge Branch Line in Stourbridge, West Midlands, England. It was built in the 1850s. The last 700 yards (640 m) of the line were used for goods traffic only, to the basin where goods could be interchanged with the terminus of the Stourbridge Canal.
The stretch of line between here and the town station was closed in 1967 (after surviving the Beeching Axe) and the bridges over Foster Street and Birmingham Street were demolished, severing the link. The interchange area, including the portion of the canal east of Stourbridge High Street (A491 road), was then redeveloped as an industrial estate.
A further stretch of line was closed, when Stourbridge Town station was moved back some yards. A bus station was built on the land thus recovered.
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