Road Halt

Some articles on road, halt, road halt, halts:

Central Railway Station (London)
... Beckton Park in London, on the Eastern Counties and Thames Junction Railway between Connaught Road and Manor Way on the Gallions branch ... Eastern Counties and Thames Junction Railway Stations Beckton Canning Town Central Connaught Road Custom House Gallions Manor Way North Woolwich Silvertown Stratford Low Level Stratford Market ...
List Of Closed Railway Stations In Britain: P-R - R - Ro
... Hood's Bay Scarborough Whitby Railway 1965 Robins Lane Halt LMSR 1938 Robroyston Caledonian Railway 1956 Rocester North Staffordshire Railway 1965 Rochdale Road Halt (West ...
Bideford, Westward Ho! And Appledore Railway - Stations, Halts and Track Layout
... Bideford, Westward Ho! and Appledore Railway Legend Appledore Lovers' Lane Halt Richmond Road Halt Northam Beach Road Westward Ho! Cornborough Abbotsham ... There were eleven stations and halts which largely served visitors wishing to enjoy the bracing air along the coastline, or to swim in the clear waters ... After Bideford (Quay) was a halt at Bideford (Strand Road) Halt, which was close to the 'Yard' with the principal engine, carriage, and maintenance sheds ...
Ashton Moss Railway Station
... Preceding station Disused railways Following station Ashton Oldham Road L NW GC Guide Bridge Closed railway stations in Greater Manchester Bolton ...
Challow Railway Station - Bibliography
... Preceding station Historical railways Following station Wantage Road British Rail Western Region Uffington Coordinates 51°36′44″N 1°29′19″W / 51.61222°N 1.48872°W / 51.61222 -1.4887 ...

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