Brandon railway station

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Brandon
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General information
Location Brandon, Breckland
England
Coordinates 52°27′14″N0°37′27″E / 52.4539°N 0.6243°E / 52.4539; 0.6243 Coordinates: 52°27′14″N0°37′27″E / 52.4539°N 0.6243°E / 52.4539; 0.6243
Grid reference TL784872
Managed by Greater Anglia
Platforms2
Other information
Station codeBND
Classification DfT category F2
History
Original company Norfolk Railway
Pre-grouping Eastern Counties Railway, Great Eastern Railway
Post-grouping London and North Eastern Railway
Key dates
30 July 1845 (1845-07-30)Opened as Brandon
1 July 1923Renamed Brandon (Norfolk)
1 March 1925Renamed Brandon
Passengers
2017/18Increase2.svg 0.116 million
Preceding station  National Rail logo.svg National Rail  Following station
Greater Anglia
Ely
East Midlands Railway
Liverpool-Norwich
Limited services