Trumpers Crossing Halte railway station
|Trumpers Crossing Halte|
A GWR Autocoach awaits departure
|Original company||Great Western Railway|
|1 May 1860||Brentford branch opened|
|2 May 1904||Station opened as Trumpers Crossing Halte|
|22 March 1915||Service suspended|
|12 April 1920||Services resumed|
|1 February 1926||Station closed|
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
|Closed railway stations in Britain|
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It was opened on 2 May 1904 by the Great Western Railway as "Trumpers Crossing Halte", and was the only intermediate station between Southall and Brentford GWR stations. At this time, the GWR favoured the French spelling of "Halte" for such stations, because the English word "Halt" had an inappropriate meaning.
The halt closed on 22 March 1915 as a wartime economy measure, re-opened on 12 April 1920 and closed permanently on 1 February 1926. Before closing for good, the words "for South Hanwell and Osterley Park" were appended.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
Line closed, station open
|Great Western Railway
Brentford Branch Line
Line and station closed
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