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Wyke and Norwood Green railway station

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Wyke and Norwood Green
Wyke & Norwood Green railway station (site), Yorkshire (geograph 3774107).jpg
Location of the former station
Location
Place Wyke
Area City of Bradford
Coordinates 53°44′14″N 1°46′43″W / 53.737280°N 1.778500°W / 53.737280; -1.778500
Grid reference SE147267
Operations
Pre-grouping Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway
Post-grouping London Midland and Scottish Railway
Platforms 2
History
17 August 1850 Opened as Pickle Bridge
1852 Renamed Wyke
1896 Moved and renamed Wyke and Norwood Green
September 1953 Station closes
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
170433 at Edinburgh Waverley.JPG
UK Railways portal
Bradford Lines
Ilkley
Steeton and Silsden
Ben Rhydding
Keighley (GN) Keighley
Burley-in-Wharfedale
Menston
Guiseley
Ingrow (West)   Ingrow (East)
Crossflatts
Damems Cullingworth
Bingley
Oakworth Wilsden
Saltaire
Haworth Denholme
Shipley
Oxenhope Thornton
Shipley
and Windhill
Queensbury
Frizinghall
Clayton
Manningham
Great Horton
Forster Square
Horton Park
Bradford Exchange
City Road
Interchange
Manchester Road
St Dunstans
Adolphus Street
Bowling
Thackley
Bowling Junction
Idle
Laisterdyke
Eccleshill
Dudley Hill
Birkenshaw and Tong
Low Moor
Low Moor
Goods
Wyke and Norwood Green

Wyke and Norwood Green railway station served the villages of Wyke and Norwood Green in West Yorkshire, England.

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Contents

History

Originally situated a little to the south west and named Pickle Bridge, it was opened in 1850, renamed Wyke in 1852 and moved to the final location in 1896. It was closed to passengers by the British Transport Commission on 21 September 1953.[1] The station building remains which has been converted into a house.

References

  1. ^ Daniels, Gerald David; Dench, Leslie Alan (February 1963) [1962]. Passengers No More 1952–1962. Closures of stations and branch lines (PDF) (2nd ed.). Brighton: GLO. p. 28. OCLC 504319235.
Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Lightcliffe   L&Y
Caldervale Line
  Low Moor or
Cleckheaton Central
Bailiff Bridge   L&Y
Pickle Bridge Line
 

References

  • Bairstow, Martin (1987). The Manchester and Leeds Railway: The Calder Valley Line. Halifax: Martin Bairstow. p. 28. ISBN 1-871944-22-8.

External links

This page was last edited on 29 July 2018, at 15:51
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