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Holbeach railway station

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Holbeach railway station

Holbeach railway station was a station in Holbeach, Lincolnshire. It opened on 15 November 1858, and closed on 2 March 1959.[1] The station buildings survive including station, up and down platform and the large goods shed(industrial use)

The area is being developed and the station is to restored and converted into flats.

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External links

  • Holbeach station on 1946 O. S. map

Coordinates: 52°47′59″N 0°00′51″E / 52.7996°N 0.01430°E / 52.7996; 0.01430

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