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Foulridge railway station

Place Foulridge
Area Pendle, Lancashire

53°52′43″N 2°10′25″W / 53.8785°N 2.1736°W / 53.8785; -2.1736Coordinates: 53°52′43″N 2°10′25″W / 53.8785°N 2.1736°W / 53.8785; -2.1736

Pre-grouping Midland Railway
Post-grouping London, Midland and Scottish Railway
Platforms 2
2 October 1848 Opened
5 January 1959 Closed to passengers
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Foulridge Station
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53°52′43″N 2°10′25″W / 53.8785°N 2.1736°W / 53.8785; -2.1736

Foulridge railway station served the village of Foulridge in Lancashire, England. It was built by the Leeds and Bradford Extension Railway, (later absorbed by the Midland Railway) and opened on 2 October 1848.[1]

The station closed on 5 January 1959.[1][2] The station building was subsequently dismantled brick-by-brick and re-erected at Ingrow West railway station on the heritage Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.[1][3]


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