Clifton Mayfield railway station

Clifton Mayfield railway station was opened in 1852 by the North Staffordshire Railway at Clifton gbmapping|SK167449 on the southern fringes of Ashbourne, Derbyshire. It was on a branch from Rocester to Ashbourne and in 1899 it was met by the Ashbourne Line built by the London and North Western Railway from Buxton.

Passenger services finished in 1954 and freight ended in 1956

ee also

* Cromford and High Peak Railway


* Bentley, J.M., Fox, G.K., (1997) "Railways of the High Peak: Buxton to Ashbourne (Scenes From The Past series 32)," Romiley: Foxline Publishing

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