Station site in 2010.
|Area||District of Central Bedfordshire|
|Original company||Great Northern Railway|
|Post-grouping||London and North Eastern Railway|
|1 April 1866||Station opens as Arlesey Siding|
|1 July 1886||Station renamed Three Counties|
|5 January 1959||Station closes|
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
|Closed railway stations in Britain|
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Three Counties railway station is a disused railway station near Arlesey in Bedfordshire, England. It served the southern environs of Arlesey. These included the Three Counties Lunatic Asylum, which was finally subsequently known as the Fairfield Hospital. The station was north of Hitchin on the "London-Peterborough" line. It opened in 1866, and closed to passengers in 1959.
The station was opened by the Great Northern Railway (GNR) on 1 April 1866, originally being named Arlesey Siding.On 1 July 1886, the station was renamed Three Counties, taking its new name from the nearby Three Counties Asylum, which itself was so named because it was a joint project of three counties - Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire.
The GNR became part of the London and North Eastern Railway during the Grouping of 1923. The station then passed on to the Eastern Region of British Railways on nationalisation in 1948.
The station was closed to passengers, together with the adjacent Arlesey station, on 5 January 1959and goods on 28 November 1960. This was due to declining receipts. Arlesey, however, later re-opened.
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Arlesey railway station serves the town of Arlesey in Bedfordshire, England. It is 37 miles 3 chains (59.61 km) from London King's Cross on the East Coast Main Line. Arlesey is managed by Great Northern, however as of December 2019 all services to the station are operated by Thameslink due to significant rebranding across their network.
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Aylsham North railway station was a station in Aylsham, Norfolk on the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway line from the Midlands to the Norfolk Coast. It was closed in 1959 along with the rest of the line. It was demolished following the closure, and is now a car park for the Weavers Way footpath.
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Ardsley railway station was situated on the Great Northern Railway between Tingley and Lofthouse and Outwood on the main line and west of Stanley on the LNER & LMS Methley Joint Railway. It was built to serve the village of East Ardsley near Wakefield in the English county of West Yorkshire.
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Aswarby and Scredington railway station was a station close to Scredington, Lincolnshire on the Great Northern Railway Bourne and Sleaford railway. It opened in 1872 and closed in 1930. It was originally shown on maps as Aswarby Station, but by 1905 it was shown as Aswarby and Scredington Station.
Croft Spa railway station was a railway station serving the settlements of Croft-on-Tees and Hurworth-on-Tees in County Durham, England.
|Preceding station||Historical railways||Following station|
| Hitchin |
Line and station open
| Great Northern Railway |
East Coast Main Line
| Arlesey |
Line and station open