Westbury railway station

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Westbury
National Rail logo.svg
2015 at Westbury station - ticket office from approach road.JPG
The entrance to the station is at ground level with the platforms behind and above
General information
Location Westbury, Wiltshire
England
Coordinates 51°15′59″N2°11′58″W / 51.2665°N 2.1995°W / 51.2665; -2.1995 Coordinates: 51°15′59″N2°11′58″W / 51.2665°N 2.1995°W / 51.2665; -2.1995
Grid reference ST861519
Managed by Great Western Railway
Platforms3
Other information
Station codeWSB
Classification DfT category D
History
Original company Wilts, Somerset and Weymouth Railway
Pre-grouping Great Western Railway
Post-groupingGreat Western Railway
Key dates
5 September 1848Station opened as terminus of line from Chippenham
7 October 1850Line extended to Frome
Passengers
2017/18Decrease2.svg 0.569 million