Croydon Central Railway Station

Croydon Central Railway Station

Coordinates: 51°22′20″N 0°5′59″W / 51.37222°N 0.09972°W / 51.37222; -0.09972

Croydon Central
Location
Place Croydon
Local authority Croydon
History
Opened by London, Brighton and South Coast Railway
Platforms 2
Key dates Opened 1 January 1868
Closed 1 December 1871
Reopened 1 June 1886
Closed 1 September 1890
Replaced by none
London Transport portal

Croydon Central station was a railway station in Croydon, Surrey, now in South London, England. It was a largely unsuccessful venture by the London Brighton and South Coast Railway to bring trains closer to the centre of Croydon, as East Croydon station was deemed too far from the busy town centre.

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