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Postland railway station

Postland railway station was a station on the Great Northern and Great Eastern Joint Railway in Postland, Lincolnshire, which is now closed.[1] Services to Cambridge and Doncaster ran from here. The Train to Cambridge called at All stations to Peterborough, March, Ely, Waterbeach and Cambridge. The Train to Doncaster called at All Stations to Lincoln, Gainsborough Lea Road and Doncaster

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External links

  • Postland station on navigable 1946 O. S. map

Coordinates: 52°41′43″N 0°05′24″W / 52.6953°N 0.0901°W / 52.6953; -0.0901

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