|Location|| Uppingham, Rutland |
|Pre-grouping||London and North Western Railway|
|Post-grouping||London Midland and Scottish Railway|
Uppingham railway station was a station in Uppingham, Rutland. It was the terminus of a branch line from Seaton and opened in 1894 and closed in 1960.In 1910, there were five trains daily to Seaton and four return (five on Fridays) and in 1922 there were also five but seven return.
The station buildings were demolished and the site became a small industrial area.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Terminus||London and North Western Railway|| Seaton |
Line and station closed
Sileby railway station is a railway station serving the village of Sileby in Leicestershire, England. The station is located on the Midland Main Line, 106 miles 50 chains (171.6 km) north of London St Pancras.
Uppingham was a rural district in Rutland, England from 1894 to 1974, covering the south-west of the county.
Stamford railway station serves the town of Stamford in Lincolnshire, England, and is located in St Martin's. The station is 12.5 miles (20 km) west of Peterborough opened by the Syston and Peterborough Railway, part of the present day Birmingham to Peterborough Line. CrossCountry operate the majority of services as part of their Birmingham to Stansted Airport route. It is owned by Network Rail and operated by East Midlands Railway (EMR) train operating company (TOC), who operate a limited service.
Manton railway station or Manton Junction is a former railway station serving the villages of Manton and Wing in the county of Rutland.
Uffington and Barnack was a railway station in the Soke of Peterborough serving the villages of Uffington, Barnack and Bainton.
Ketton and Collyweston railway station is a former station serving the villages of Ketton, Geeston, Aldgate and Collyweston, Rutland. It is located in Geeston adjacent to a level crossing on the Ketton to Collyweston road. It is under half a mile from Ketton but over a mile from Collyweston. It closed in 1966.
Seaton railway station was a station serving the villages of Seaton, Rutland, and Harringworth, Northamptonshire.
Essendine railway station was a station in Essendine, Rutland. It was situated on the East Coast Main Line of the Great Northern Railway.
Medbourne railway station was a station in Medbourne, Leicestershire, on the Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway.
Ingarsby railway station was a railway station in Ingarsby, Leicestershire, on the Great Northern Railway Leicester branch. It opened in 1882, and closed to regular passenger trains and goods on 7 December 1953 but a workmen's service continued until 29 April 1957. To the west, about halfway to the next station at Thurnby, lies Ingarsby tunnel, 516 yards long.
Lowesby railway station was a railway station serving the villages of Lowesby and Tilton on the Hill, Leicestershire, on the Great Northern Railway Leicester branch.
Cotham railway station was a railway station serving the village of Cotham, Nottinghamshire. It was the only intermediate station on the Great Northern Railway Newark to Bottesford line, which was effectively a northern continuation of the Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway. It opened in 1879. It was served by through services to the joint line, but only one of these remained in 1910 and this had been withdrawn by 1922. Although Cotham station itself closed in 1939 occasional passenger services between Nottingham to Newark continued to use the line until 1955.
Stamford East railway station was the Stamford and Essendine Railway station in Water Street, Stamford, Lincolnshire. The line was worked by the Great Northern Railway but retained its independence until 1886, when the GNR took the line on perpetual lease.
Melton Mowbray North railway station was a railway station in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, England on the Great Northern and London and North Western Joint Railway.
Malvern Hanley Road railway station was a Midland Railway (MR) station on the Malvern, Tewkesbury and Ashchurch line.
Seaton railway station served the village of Seaton, near Workington in Cumbria, England.
Rosehill railway station was opened by the Cleator and Workington Junction Railway (C&WJR) on the company's Harrington Branch which connected with the Lowca Light Railway (LLR) at Rosehill to provide a through route from Lowca to Workington Central and beyond.
Camerton Colliery Halt railway station was an unadvertised halt for workers at one or both of the collieries at Camerton, near Cockermouth in Cumbria, England.
Micklam railway station served the fireclay mine and brickworks at Micklam, a short distance north of Lowca in the former county of Cumberland, England, which is now part of Cumbria.
Blaenau Festiniog Junction railway station was the Festiniog Railway (FR)'s third of eventually five passenger stations in Blaenau Ffestiniog, then in Merionethshire, now in Gwynedd, Wales.
|This article on a railway station in the East Midlands is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|