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Report - Studley & Astwood Bank Rail Station – 8/7/07

Discussion in 'Other Sites' started by perfectzebra, Jul 8, 2007.

  1. perfectzebra

    perfectzebra Guest

    After finding the black and white photos earlier in the day, and then having my main explore thwarted, I decided a small explore was better than no explore!

    This is the old station site for Studley & Astwood Bank as part of the ‘Gloucester Loop’ line – connecting Gloucester to Birmingham.

    Opened 4/5/1868 and closed 6/7/1964 – having it’s tracks lifted.

    As far as actual accessible buildings are concerned – there isn’t any so I’m not going to be too fussed if this heads for the recycle bin.


    Bricked up windows and bolted doors have done a good job of keeping undesirables out.

    Loading platform. Far left is the passenger station building - now a private house.

    The goods shed - signal box has long gone.

    Could make a great little house for a rail enthusiast..

    ... with a tidy roof structure still looking in fairly good nick!

    The old rail line - looking towards Birmingham.

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