Ebberston railway station

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Ebberston
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The former station at Ebberston
Location Allerston, Ryedale
England
Coordinates 54°13′32″N0°39′12″W / 54.225436°N 0.653200°W / 54.225436; -0.653200 Coordinates: 54°13′32″N0°39′12″W / 54.225436°N 0.653200°W / 54.225436; -0.653200
Grid reference SE879819
Platforms1
Other information
StatusDisused
History
Original company North Eastern Railway
Pre-groupingNorth Eastern Railway
Post-grouping London and North Eastern Railway
Key dates
1 May 1882opened
3 June 1950closed

Ebberston railway station was situated on the North Eastern Railway's Pickering to Seamer branch line. It served the villages of Allerston, Ebberston and Wilton. The station opened to passenger traffic on 1 May 1882, and closed on 3 June 1950. The station has been restored completely, with track laid along the platform. Three camping coaches are available for hire as holiday accommodation.

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Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Snainton   Forge Valley Line   Thornton Dale