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Great Moor St Station

 

 

Updated September 13, 2014 6:58 PM

Timeline

Opened 1828 -1831

1873 April 4th The works at the new station belonging to the London and North Western Railway in Great Moor St are progressing satisfactorily, and begin to assume a definite appearance. The objectionable level crossing in Crook St which existed for passenger traffic previous to the commencement of alterations, and which is now used to a limited extent by goods trains, will be supplanted by a new and massive iron bridge, which is now in the course of erection across the street, and which is supplied by the Stanningley Ironworks Leeds.

1954 Regular services ceased to use the station

1958 Passenger trains ceased to use the station

1962 Goods traffic ceased to use the station

1966 Demolished

 

 

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