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Dunure railway station

Dunure
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The overgrown remains of Dunure in 2008.
Location
Place Dunure
Area Ayrshire
Coordinates

55°24′48″N 4°44′43″W / 55.4134°N 4.7454°W / 55.4134; -4.7454Coordinates: 55°24′48″N 4°44′43″W / 55.4134°N 4.7454°W / 55.4134; -4.7454

Grid reference NS263167
Operations
Original company Maidens and Dunure Light Railway
Pre-grouping Glasgow and South Western Railway
Platforms 2
History
17 May 1906 Opened
1 December 1930 Closed
4 July 1932 Reopened
1 June 1933 Closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
A B C D–F G H–J K–L M–O P–R S T–V W–Z
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Dunure railway station was a railway station serving the village of Dunure, South Ayrshire, Scotland. The station was part of the Maidens and Dunure Light Railway.

History

The station opened on 17 May 1906.[1] It closed on 1 December 1930,[1] but reopened briefly between 4 July 1932 and 1 June 1933.[1]

The station consisted of an island platform, accessed from the road bridge at the end of the platform.[2] The overgrown island platform still exists today.

References

Notes

Sources

  • Article in British Railway Journal No 8 Summer 1985 Wild Swan Publications
Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Knoweside
Line and station closed
  Glasgow and South Western Railway
Maidens and Dunure Light Railway
  Heads of Ayr
Line and station closed
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