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

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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.

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

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

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The goods shed - signal box has long gone.

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

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

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The old rail line - looking towards Birmingham.
 

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