Thursford railway station

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Thursford
Location Thursford, North Norfolk, Norfolk
England
Grid reference TF994335
Platforms2
Other information
StatusDisused
History
Pre-groupingLynn and Fakenham Railway
Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway
Post-groupingMidland and Great Northern Joint Railway
Eastern Region of British Railways
Key dates
19 January 1882Opened
2 March 1959Closed

Thursford railway station was a station in Norfolk, England on the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway line between Melton Constable and South Lynn. [1] It was closed in 1959 along with the rest of the line. It served the settlement of Thursford, where Station Road remains as a reminder.

Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Fakenham West
Line and station closed
  Midland and Great Northern   Melton Constable
Line and station closed
 Future services 
Melton Constable
Line and station closed
  Norfolk Orbital Railway   Fakenham
Line and station closed

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References

  1. British Railways Atlas.1947. p.18

See also

Coordinates: 52°51′45″N0°57′44″E / 52.8624°N 0.9623°E / 52.8624; 0.9623