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Pateley Bridge railway station

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Pateley Bridge
Pateley bridge station.jpg
The station buildings in 2015
Location
PlacePateley Bridge
AreaNorth Yorkshire
Coordinates54°05′08″N 1°45′35″W / 54.0855°N 1.7596°W / 54.0855; -1.7596
Grid referenceSE158655
Operations
Original companyNorth Eastern Railway
Post-groupingLondon and North Eastern Railway
Platforms1
History
1 May 1862Opened[1]
2 April 1951Closed to passenger traffic[1]
31 October 1964Closed to all traffic[2]
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
A B C D–F G H–J K–L M–O P–R S T–V W–Z

Pateley Bridge railway station is a disused railway station in North Yorkshire, England.

The station was the terminating station on the North Eastern Railway (NER) Nidd Valley branch line. The station opened in 1862 and had a single platform; a small goods yard and a small locomotive depot, comprising a shed and a railway turntable.

In 1907 a connection was opened from the station, across the main street in Pateley Bridge to link the Bradford Corporation owned Nidd Valley Light Railway (NVLR) with the NER branch line. This connection was only used by goods traffic as the NVLR opened its own passenger station a few hundred metres away and passengers had to walk between the two stations.[3][4]

The station was host to a camping coach in 1933 and 1935, possibly one for some of 1934 and two coaches from 1936 to 1939, the station was also used as an overnight stop for touring camping coach service in 1935.[5]

All traffic on the NVLR ceased in 1936 and the Nidd Valley branch went into a decline which led to the withdrawal of passenger services in 1951 and the closure of the line and the station to all traffic in 1964.[2]

The main station building at Pateley Bridge survived and is now in private use.


Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Dacre
Line & station closed
  North Eastern Railway
Nidd Valley Railway
  Terminus

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Transcription

References

Notes
  1. ^ a b Quick (2009), p. 306.
  2. ^ a b Croft (1972), p. 25.
  3. ^ Hoole (1978), p. 36.
  4. ^ Thompson & Groundwater (1991), p. 57.
  5. ^ McRae (1997), pp. 10 & 12.
Sources
  • Croft, David J. (1972). The Nidd Valley Railway. Oakwood Press. ISBN 978 0853613 37 4.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  • Hoole, Ken (1978). North Eastern branch lines since 1925. Ian Allan Publishing. ISBN 978 0711008 29 8.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
  • McRae, Andrew (1997). British Railway Camping Coach Holidays: The 1930s & British Railways (London Midland Region). Scenes from the Past: 30 (Part One). Foxline. pp. 10 & 12. ISBN 1-870119-48-7.
  • Quick, Michael (2009) [2001]. Railway passenger stations in Great Britain: a chronology (4th ed.). Oxford: Railway and Canal Historical Society. ISBN 978-0-901461-57-5. OCLC 612226077.
  • Thompson, Alan R.; Groundwater, Ken (1991). North Yorkshire (Part 1): York and Selby, the Dales and Skipton to Garsdale. British railways past and present. No 11. Silver Link Publishing. ISBN 978 0947971 71 7.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
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