Langley Mill Railway Station

Langley Mill railway station (formerly Langley Mill and Eastwood) on the Erewash Valley Line serves the village of Langley Mill and the towns of Heanor in Derbyshire and Eastwood in Nottinghamshire, England. The station is 12 miles (19 km) north of Nottingham.

The station lies between Nottingham and Sheffield and is managed by East Midlands Trains.

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