Market Weighton railway station

Market Weighton
Place Market Weighton
Area East Riding of Yorkshire
Coordinates 53°52′04″N 0°39′54″W / 53.867815°N 0.664976°W / 53.867815; -0.664976Coordinates: 53°52′04″N 0°39′54″W / 53.867815°N 0.664976°W / 53.867815; -0.664976
Grid reference SE878421
Platforms 2
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Market Weighton railway station was a railway station at the junction of the Selby to Driffield and York to Beverley lines. It opened on 4 October 1847 and served the town of Market Weighton. The overall roof of the station was removed in 1947 and replaced with steel awnings. It closed on 27 November 1965, and the station buildings were demolished in 1979.


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Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Everingham   NER
Selby to Driffield Line
Londesborough   NER
York to Beverley Line

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