Heath Railway Station

Heath railway station was a railway station in the village of Heath, Derbyshire.

The station was just before the Great Central Chesterfield Loop which ran between Staveley Central and Heath Junction (just north of Heath railway station) on the Great Central Main Line.

Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Pilsley Great Central Railway
Staveley Central
Grassmoor
Closed railway stations in Derbyshire
Ashbourne Line
  • Higher Buxton
  • Hartington
  • Alsop en le Dale
  • Tissington
  • Thorpe Cloud
  • Ashbourne
  • Clifton (Mayfield)
  • Norbury and Ellaston
Cromford and High Peak Railway
  • Shallcross
  • Ladmanlow
  • Hindlow
  • Dowlow Halt
  • Hurdlow
  • Parsley Hay
  • Hopton Top Wharf
  • Steeplehouse
  • Cromford (C&HPR)
Manchester, Buxton, Matlock & Midland Jcn Rly
  • Buxton (Midland)
  • Peak Forest
  • Millers Dale
  • Monsal Dale
  • Longstone
  • Great Longstone for Ashford
  • Hassop
  • Bakewell
  • Rowsley
Sheffield & Midland C'ttee
  • Birch Vale
  • Hayfield
Woodhead Line
  • Crowden
  • Woodhead
Ashover Light Railway
  • Ashover Butts
  • Salter Lane
  • Fallgate
  • Milltown
  • Dale Bank
  • Woolley
  • Hurst Lane
  • Stretton
  • Clay Lane
  • Springfield (Derbyshire)
  • Holmgate
  • Chesterfield Road
  • Claycross and Egstow
North Midland Railway
  • Eckington and Renishaw
  • Barrow Hill
  • Whittington
  • Clay Cross
  • Stretton
  • Wingfield
  • Derby Nottingham Road
GNR Derbyshire and Staffordshire Extension
  • Egginton Junction
  • Etwall
  • Mickleover
  • Derby Friargate
  • Breadsall
  • West Hallam
  • Ilkeston North
  • Heanor (GNR)
  • Marlpool
Ripley and Heanor Branch Lines
  • Ripley
  • Denby
  • Kilburn
  • Coxbench
  • Little Eaton
  • Crosshill and Codnor
  • Heanor (MR)
  • Langley Mill (Branch)
Melbourne Line
  • Sinfin North
  • Sinfin Central
  • Chellaston and Swarkestone
  • Melbourne
Castle Donington Line
  • Weston-on-Trent
  • Castle Donington and Shardlow
Midland Counties Railway
  • Borrowash
  • Draycott and Breaston
  • Sawley
  • Long Eaton (MCR)
Erewash Valley Line
  • Doe Hill
  • Westhouses and Blackwell
  • Pye Bridge
  • Codnor Park and Ironville
  • Shipley Gate
  • Ilkeston Town
  • Ilkeston Junction and Cossall
  • Trowell
  • Stanton Gate
  • Stapleford and Sandiacre
  • Trent
Pinxton Branch Line
  • Eastwood and Langley Mill
Lancashire, Derbyshire and East Coast Railway
  • Chesterfield Market Place
  • Arkwright Town
  • Bolsover South
  • Scarcliffe
  • Shirebrook North
  • Upperthorpe and Killamarsh
  • Spinkhill
  • Clowne South
  • Creswell and Welbeck
GCR Main Line and Chesterfield Loop
  • Chesterfield Central
  • Sheepbridge and Brimington
  • Staveley Works
  • Grassmoor
  • Staveley Central
  • Killamarsh Central
  • Renishaw Central
  • Heath
  • Pilsley
  • Tibshelf Town
MR Staveley and Bolsover Branch Line
  • Staveley Town
  • Clowne and Barlborough
  • Bolsover (Midland)
  • Palterton and Sutton
  • Glapwell
  • Rowthorn and Hardwick
Other
  • Buxworth
  • Chapel-en-le-Frith Central
  • Egginton
  • Fairfield Halt
  • Gresley
  • Ramsline Halt
  • Hazelwood
  • Pinxton and Selston
  • Sheepbridge
  • Swadlincote
  • Tibshelf & Newton
  • Whiteborough
  • Woodville (Derbyshire)
  • Unstone

Coordinates: 53°11′26.9″N 1°20′59″W / 53.190806°N 1.34972°W / 53.190806; -1.34972

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