Bottesford railway station

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General information
Location Bottesford, Melton
Coordinates 52°56′41″N0°47′43″W / 52.94472°N 0.79529°W / 52.94472; -0.79529 Coordinates: 52°56′41″N0°47′43″W / 52.94472°N 0.79529°W / 52.94472; -0.79529
Grid reference SK810392
Managed by East Midlands Railway
Other information
Station codeBTF
Classification DfT category F2
Opened15 July 1850
Original company Ambergate, Nottingham and Boston and Eastern Junction Railway
Pre-grouping Great Northern Railway
Post-grouping London and North Eastern Railway
2017/18Decrease2.svg 64,728