Tunbridge Wells West

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Cuckoo Line - History
... The line from Three Bridges to Tunbridge Wells (via East Grinstead High Level and Groombridge) opened on 1 October 1866, with the connecting line from Uckfield via Eridge opening on 3 August ... of the route opened on 1 February 1876 a connection between the LBSCR station at Tunbridge Wells West and Tunbridge Wells Central, the station operated by the South Eastern Railway (SER) ... alignment was built between Polegate and Hailsham allowing trains to run into Polegate at the west end of the station and direct to Eastbourne ...
List Of British Railways Shed Codes - List of Codes - Southern Region
... until 13 October 1958) 74A 1950–1958 Ashford Sub-sheds Canterbury West (to 1955), Rolvenden (to 1954), St Leonards (1958) Became 73F 74B 1950–1958 Ramsgate Became 73G 74C 1950–1958 Dover Sub-sheds ...
Tunbridge Wells West Railway Station
... Tunbridge Wells West is a railway station located in Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent ... It is one of two railway stations in Tunbridge Wells constructed by rival companies ... The other, Tunbridge Wells Central was opened in 1845 by the South Eastern Railway (SER) ...
Three Bridges To Tunbridge Wells Central Line - The Line Today - Groombridge To Tunbridge Wells - Closure
... The line from Groombridge to Tunbridge Wells West remained open until 1985, although in its latter years passenger services were confined to a shuttle service between Tonbridge via the single line ... of the line (including Groombridge and the West station) from 16 May 1983. 6 July 1985 and the section from Grove Jn to Tunbridge Wells West was closed completely ...

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