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Last update 26 May 2021

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Name Other names, remarks Length From To Opened by Pre-group Between…
Abbotscliffe 1m 182y 1844 open SE SE Folkestone Warren halt Dover
Abercanaid see Merthyr
Aberchalder see Loch Oich
Aberdovey No 1 also called Frongoch 0m 200y 1867 open Cam Cam Gogarth Abertafol
Aberdovey No 2 also called Morfor 0m 219y 1867 open Cam Cam Gogarth Abertafol
Aberdovey No 3 also called Penhelig Nos 1-4 0m 191y 1867 open Cam Cam Abertafol Penhelig
Aberdovey No 4 also called Craig-y-Don or Penhelig Nos 1-4 0m 533y 1867 open Cam Cam Penhelig Aberdovey
Aberglaslyn No 1 closed 1933; this section re-built and reopened 2009 by WHR 0m 32y 1923 open WH WH Beddgelert Nantmor
Aberglaslyn No 2 closed 1933; this section re-built and reopened 2009 by WHR 0m 10y 1923 open WH WH Beddgelert Nantmor
Aberglaslyn No 3 closed 1933; this section re-built and reopened 2009 by WHR 0m 306y 1923 open WH WH Beddgelert Nantmor
Abergwili also called Bishop's Palace 0m 83y 1864 1963 Llny LNW Abergwili Nantgaredig
Aberlour see Craigellachie
Abernant see Merthyr
Ableton Lane 0m 97y 1886 open GW GW Pilning Severn Tunnel Junction
Aboyne 0m 127y 1866 1966 A&Brae GNS Aboyne Dinnet
Abronhill also called Castlecary 0m 145y 1848 1998 SCen Cal Cumbernauld Greenhill
Acton Grange Junction for construction of deviation line 0m 108y ≈1888 ≈1893 LNW LNW Moore Warrington Bank Quay
Aintree below L&Y 0m 40y 1879 1958 CLC CLC Warbrick Aintree Central
Albert Road see Devonport Park
Albion Road see Newtown
Aldershot also called Redan Hill 0m 76y 1870 open LSW LSW Ash Aldershot
Alderton 0m 506y 1903 open GW GW Hullavington Badminton
Alexandra Dock No 1 see Berry Street
Alexandra Dock No 2 see Canal Street
Alfreton (New) also called Cotes Park; west bore: fast lines 0m 840y 1902 open Mid Mid Pye Bridge Alfreton
Alfreton (Old) also called Cotes Park; east bore: slow lines 0m 840y 1862 ≈1968 Mid Mid Pye Bridge Alfreton
Aller covered way 0m 295y 2015 open NR [GW] Newton Abbot Kinskerswell
Alloa 0m 107y 1851 1978 S&Dunf NB Alloa Alloa Ferry
Alloway also called Auld Alloway Kirk 0m 143y 1906 1968 M&DL G&SW Alloway Heads of Ayr
Allt Maodail 0m 59y 1901 ? WHighE NB Glenfinnan Lochailort
Allt Walis see Pencader
Alltycafn see Allt-y-Cefn
Allt-y-Cefn 0m 167y 1864 1973 C&Car GW Pentrecourt Platform Henllan
Almondsbury see Patchway (Old)
Alsop-en-le-Dale 0m 37y 1899 1963 LNW LNW Alsop-en-le-Dale Hartington
Ampthill (New) west bore: fast lines 0m 715y 1895 open Mid Mid Ampthill Bedford
Ampthill (Old) east bore: slow lines 0m 715y 1867 open Mid Mid Ampthill Bedford
Anderston also called Anderston Cross 1m 1040y 1896 open GCen Cal Glasgow Green Anderston Cross
Andoversford also called Sandywell Park or Whittington 0m 384y 1881 1962 B&CDct GW Andoversford Cheltenham Leckhampton
Anne Street see Trafalgar Street
Anson Street 0m 29y 1870 open Mid Mid Shaffield Midland Attercliffe Road
Ansley see Arley
Annesley also called Robin Hood's Hills 0m 1001y 1892 1968 MS&L GC Kirkby Bentinck Hucknall
Apperley Lane 0m 75y 1865 open Mid Mid Calverley & Rodley Guiseley
Archbury Farm 0m 38y 1849 1920 CLT CLT(NS) Caldon Low Tramway
Archcliffe 0m 71y 1844 1927 SE SE Folkestone Warren Halt Dover
Ardley 0m 1155y 1910 open GW GW Ardley Aynho Park Platform
Ardlui see Creag-an-Ardain
Ardsley 0m 297y 1857 open BW&L GN Ardsley Beeston
Ardsley 0m 225y 1899 1964 Mid Mid Wombwell Cudworth
Argos Hill 0m 70y 1880 1965 LBSC LBSC Rotherfield Mayfield
Arkleston 0m 233y 1840 1883 G&P G&P Hillington West Paisley Gilmour Street
Arley also called Stockingford or Ansley; originally 0m 995y, cut back after collapse 0m 709y 1864 open Mid Mid Arley & Fillongley Stockingford
Armathwaite also called Cat Clint 0m 325y 1875 open Mid Mid Lazonby & Kirkoswald Armathwaite
Armley also called Wortley 0m 80y 1854 open LBHJ GN Holbeck High Level Armley Moor
Armley Goods 0m 103y 1895? 1968 GN GN Holbeck High Level Armley Moor
Arthur's Seat see St Leonards
Asfordby 0m 419y 1879 open Mid Mid Melton Mowbray Grimston
Ashbourne 0m 386y 1899 1956 LNW LNW Ashbourne Thorpe Cloud
Ashby see Dunton Bassett
Ashby de la Zouch also called Old Parks or Ashby 0m 308y 1874 1955 Mid Mid Ashby de la Zouch Worthington
Ashey Down also called Long Arch Bridge; closed 1966; reopened 1993 by Isle of Wight Steam Railway 0m 43y ≈1875 open R&N IOWC Smallbrook Junction Ashey
Ashfield also called Kinbuck or Mill Of Ash 0m 258y 1848 ≈1888 SCen Cal Dunblane Kinbuck
Ashford 1 [Chords] see Godinton Road
Ashford 1 [main lines] see Godinton Road 1
Ashford 2 [main lines] see Godinton Road 2
Ashwell 0m 70y 1889 1951 NSub NSub Sherwood Daybrook
Ashwood Dale 0m 100y 1863 open Mid Mid Buxton Miller's Dale
Askew Road East Bore also called Redheugh 0m 54y 1868 open NE NE Gateshead West Bensham
Askew Road West Bore 0m 52y 1907 open NE NE Newcastle-upon-Tyne Dunston
Askham 0m 57y 1852 open GN GN Tuxford Retford
Aspatria 0m 56y 1844 open M&C M&C Aspatria Brayton
Auchendinny 0m 74y 1872 1967 Pcuik NB Roslin Castle Auchendinny
Audenshaw Road (New) north bore 0m 64y by 1909 by 1982 GC GC Fairfield Guide Bridge
Audenshaw Road (Old) also called North Street; south bore 0m 45y 1841 open SALM GC Fairfield Guide Bridge
Audley End 0m 456y 1845 open EC GE Audley End Great Chesterford
Auld Alloway Kirk see Alloway
Auldtonheights 0m 82y 1856 1953 Lgow Cal Brocketsbrae Alton Heights Junction
Aylsham Bypass 0m 182y ≈1990 open BureV BureV Buxton Lamas Aylsham
Bacup also called Stubbylee 0m 114y 1852 1956 ELancs L&Y Stacksteads Bacup
Badger's Oak also called Hawkhurst 0m 178y 1893 1961 C&PW SE Cranbrooke Hawkhurst
Bagshot 0m 121y 1878 open LSW LSW Bagshot Camberley
Baildon No 1 0m 156y 1876 open Mid Mid Baildon Exhall
Baildon No 2 0m 274y 1876 open Mid Mid Baildon Exhall
Balby Bridge (New) west bore 0m 66y 1909 open GN GN Rossington Doncaster
Balby Bridge (Old) east bore 0m 95y 1849 open GN GN Rossington Doncaster
Balchriston also called Glenside or Culzean 0m 42y 1906 1956 M&DL G&SW Balchriston Halt Glenside
Balcombe 0m 1141y 1841 open L&BR LBSC Three Bridges Balcombe
Balcombe Station 0m 47y 1841 open L&BR LBSC Balcombe Haywards Heath
Balderton 0m 53y 1846 open S&C GW Balderton Rossett
Balgray 0m 696y 1896 1956 L&D Cal Kirklee for North Kelvinside Kelvinside
Ballingham 0m 1208y 1855 1964 HR&G GW Holme Lacy Ballingham
Ballinhassig see Gogginshall
Ballyvoyle see Durrow
Balmanno see Glenfarg South
Balornock see Mosesfield
Balwhirley No 1 0m 254y 1869 1991 G&A G&SW Greenock Lynedoch Inchgreen branch
Balwhirley No 2 0m 184y 1869 1966 G&A G&SW Greenock Lynedoch Kilmacolm
Bangor also called Bangor East 0m 890y 1848 open C&H LNW Aber Bangor
Bangor West see Belmont
Bank see St David's
Bankers Sidings see Ripley Street
Bank House also called Copley 0m 214y 1852 open WRU L&Y Halifax Sowerby Bridge
Barbican No 1 (Whitecross Street) original bore 0m 41y 1868 1965 Met Met Barbican Moorgate
Barbican No 2 (Red Cross Street) original bore 0m 95y 1868 1965 Met Met Barbican Moorgate
Barbican No 3 (Aldersgate Street) original bore 0m 123y 1868 1965 Met Met Barbican Moorgate
Barbican original bores extended to one continuous length 0m 690y 1965 open LTE Met Barbican Moorgate
Barbican No 1 (Whitecross Street) widened lines 0m 41y 1868 1965 Met Met Barbican Moorgate
Barbican No 2 (Red Cross Street) widened lines 0m 95y 1868 1965 Met Met Barbican Moorgate
Barbican No 3 (Aldersgate Street) widened lines 0m 123y 1868 1965 Met Met Barbican Moorgate
Barbican widened lines bores extended to one continuous length 0m 690y 1965 open LTE Met Barbican Moorgate
Bar End 0m 40y 1885 1961 DN&S DN&S Winchester Chesil Shawford
Barmoor Clough 0m111y 1863 open SDWB LNW Dove Holes Chapel-en-le-Frith
Barmouth 0m 70y 1867 open Cam Cam Morfa Mawddach Barmouth
Barnagh 0m 100y 1880 1975 L&K GS&W Newcastle West Barnagh
Barncluith also called Haughhead 0m 375y 1876 open Cal Cal Hamilton Central Fernigair
Barnet (New) also called East Barnet or Oakleigh Park or Whetstone; east bore: slow line 0m 605y by 1898 open GN GN New Southgate Oakleigh Park
Barnet (New) also called East Barnet or Oakleigh Park or Whetstone; west bore: slow line 0m 605y by 1898 open GN GN New Southgate Oakleigh Park
Barnet (Old) also called East Barnet or Oakleigh Park or Whetstone; centre bore: fast lines 0m 605y 1850 open GN GN New Southgate Oakleigh Park
Barnhill 0m 172y 1875 open GGU NB Garngad Barnhill
Barnsdale also called South Kirkby 0m 1226y 1885 1959 HBWRJ H&B Upton & North Elmsall Kirk Smeaton
Barnstone also called East Leake 0m 98y 1899 open GC GC Loughborough East Leake
Baron Wood No 1 0m 207y 1876 open Mid Mid Lazonby & Kirkoswald Armathwaite
Baron Wood No 2 0m 252y 1876 open Mid Mid Lazonby & Kirkoswald Armathwaite
Barrack Street see St John's Street
Barry Docks Low Level east bore 0m 161y 1889 ≈1998 Barry Barry Cadoxton Barry Docks sidings
Barry Docks Low Level west bore 0m 153y 1889 ≈1998 Barry Barry Cadoxton Barry Docks sidings
Barry Island also called Barry Pier 0m 280y 1899 1975 Barry Barry Barry Island Barry Pier
Barry Pier see Barry Island
Barry West Breakwater also called Redbrink Point 0m 74y ≈1910 by 1991 Barry Barry within Barry Docks sidings
Barsham ≈0m 150y 1857 1900 W&F GE Fakenham Walsingham
Basford up line only, also unofficially called Rat Hole 0m 90y 1900 1968? GN GN Basford North New Basford
Bathealton 0m 447y 1873 1966 Dev&S GW Wiveliscombe Venn Cross
Bath Row also called Five Ways 0m 209y 1885 open Mid Mid Birmingham New Street Five Ways
Bath Row Goods 0m 108y 1876 1977 Mid Mid Church Road Central goods branch
Bathwick East see Sydney Gardens East
Bathwick West see Sydney Gardens West
Batley Carr also called Crackenedge 0m 161y 1873 1966 GN GN Dewsbury Central Batley Carr
Baynards also called Rudgwick 0m 381y 1865 1965 LBSC LBSC Baynards Rudgwick
Beacon see Torpantau
Beacon Hill 0m 1105y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Halifax Hipperholme
Beamish East 0m 62y 1893 1983 NE NE Beamish Shield Row
Beamish West 0m 35y 1893 1983 NE NE Beamish Shield Row
Beasdale 118 0m 192y 1901 open WHE NB Lochailort Beasdale
Beasdale 119 0m 154y 1901 open WHE NB Lochailort Beasdale
Beaufort 0m 66y 1864 1958 MT&A LNW Beaufort Brynmawr
Beaverpool 0m 117y 1979 open LNW LNW Betws-y-Coed Pont-y-Pant
Bedford Road see Walton-on-the-Hill No 2
Bedlam 0m 275y 1974 open ARC BR Frome Whatley quarry branch
Bedlay ≈0m 100y 1826 1832 M&K M&K Chryston Bedlay
Beechwood also called Coventry 0m 300y 1838 open L&Bm LNW Berkswell Tile Hill
Bellgrove Goods 0m 271y 1904 1982? NB NB High Street goods yard skirting past Bellgrove
Bellgrove Main 0m 214y 1870 open NB/CGUJt NB High Street Bellgrove
Belmont also called Bangor West 0m 648y 1850 open C&H LNW Bangor Menai Bridge
Belmont Wood see Springs
Belper covered way 0m 66y 1973 open BR [Mid] Belper Duffield
Belsize New also called Haverstock Hill or Finchley Road; north bore; originally 1m 62y 1m 107y 1884 open Mid Mid Kentish Town West Hampstead
Belsize Old also called Haverstock Hill or Finchley Road; south bore; originally 0m 1734y 1m 11y 1867 open Mid Mid Kentish Town West Hampstead
Benniworth see High Street
Bensham 0m 125y 1907 open NE NE Bensham Newcastle-on-Tyne
Berry Street also called Bury Street or Alexandra Dock No 1 0m 141y 1880 open LNW LNW Bootle Balliol Road Alexandra Dock
Bersham see Ruabon Road
Bertheos 0m 46y 1879 open LNW LNW Dolwyddelan Roman Bridge
Berwyn also called Deeside; closed 1964; reopened 1985 by Llangollen Railway 0m 689y 1865 open Ll&C GW Berwyn Deeside Halt
Best Beech Hill see Wadhurst
Betchworth 0m 384y 1867 open LBSC LBSC Dorking Holmwood
Bewdley also called Foley Park; closed 1970; reopened 1984 by Severn Valley Railway 0m 480y 1878 open GW GW Foley Park Rifle Range Halt
Bickley see Chislehurst
Bicknor see Lydbrook
Biel 0m 40y 1846 1931 NB NB East Linton Dunbar
Big see Brigham Forge
Bincombe North also called Bincombe or Ridgeway North 0m 819y 1857 open GW GW Monkton & Came Upwey Wishing Well
Bincombe South also called Upwey or Ridgeway South 0m 48y 1857 open GW GW Monkton & Came Upwey Wishing Well
Bingley 0m 151y 1847 open L&BE Mid Bingley Saltaire
Birchall 0m 69y 1849 1965 NS NS Leek Brook Leek
Birchenwood also called Summit or Kidsgrove 0m 88y 1875 1976 NS NS Kidsgrove Halt Newcastle & Goldenhill
Birdswood 0m 22y 1881 open LNW LNW Acton Bridge Runcorn
Birkenhead see Woodside
Birkenhead Park see Corporation Road
Birkenshaw 0m 106y 1856 1968 LBHJ GN Birkenshaw & Tong Dudley Hill
Birkett 0m 424y 1875 open Mid Mid Garsdale Kirkby Stephen
Bishop Auckland 0m 41y 1843 ≈1867 BA&W NE Shildon Bishop Auckland
Bishopbriggs 0m 54y 1842 open E&G NB Cowlairs Bishopbriggs
Bishopsgate 0m 627y 1874 open GE GE Liverpool Street Bethnal Green
Bishop's Palace see Abergwili
Bishopton No 1 0m 330y 1841 open GP&G Cal Bishopton Langbank
Bishopton No 2 0m 352y 1841 open GP&G Cal Bishopton Langbank
Blackboy also called Exeter or Lion's Holt 0m 262y 1860 open LSW LSW St James Park Mount Pleasant Road Halt
Blackburn 0m 435y 1848 open ELancs L&Y Blackburn Rishton
Blackheath also called Lee 0m 1681y 1849 open SE SE Blackheath Charlton
Blackheath see Old Hill
Blackheath Hill 0m 55y 1888 1917 LCD LCD Blackheath Hill Greenwich Park
Blackhill 0m 52y 1867 1982 NE NE Consett Blackhill
Blackhill (Consett Works) 0m 135y 1953 1982 BR [NE] Consett Blackhill
Black Moss see Rise Hill
Blackrock 0m 31y 1834 open D&K D&K Blackrock Seapoint
Blaenau Ffestiniog see Ffestiniog
Blaenrhondda see Rhondda
Blaen-y-Cwm see Rhondda
Blantyre see Burnbank
Blea Moor 1m 869y 1875 open Mid Mid Ribblehead Dent
Bletchingley also called Cuckseys or Nutfield 0m 1327y 1842 open SE SE Nutfield Godstone
Bletchley Covered Way under construction ≈0m 88y 2021 open NR LNW Leighton Buzzard Bletchley
Blists Hill 0m 66y 1861 1960 LNW LNW Madeley Market Coalport
Blochairn No 1 0m 32y 1875 open CGU NB Alexandra Parade Garngad
Blochairn No 2 0m 110y 1875 open CGU NB Alexandra Parade Garngad
Bloomfield see Devonshire
Bluebell Hill see North Downs
Blue Rock also called Soudley 0m 109y 1854 1967 SWal GW Staple Edge Upper Soudley
Bodorgan No 1 0m 413y 1848 open C&H LNW Gaerwen Bodorgan
Bodorgan No 2 0m 115y 1848 open C&H LNW Gaerwen Bodorgan
Boleyn Road original lines 0m 42y 1865 open NL NL Dalston Junction Mildmay Park
Boleyn Road fourth line 0m 64y 1868 1969 NL NL Dalston Junction Mildmay Park
Bolsover also called Scarcliffe 1m 865y 1897 1951 LDEC GC Bolsover Scarcliffe
Bolton also called Lever Street 0m 326y 1874 1965 LNW LNW Bolton Great Moor Street Plodder Lane
Bolton Hill see Lightcliffe
Bolton Road see Pendlebury
Bondgate 0m 93y 1856 1968 NE NE Bishop Auckland Hunwick
Boniface Down also called Ventnor 0m 1312y 1866 1966 IoW IoW Wroxhall Ventnor
Bookham 0m 91y 1885 open LSW LSW Effingham Junction Bookham
Bootle partially opened out ≈1880 to form junction and created Westminster Road Nos 1 and 2 and Canada Dock tunnels 0m 1027y 1866 open LNW LNW Walton & Anfield Canada Dock
Bootle North Bore up line 0m 481y 1885 1968 Mid Mid Walton-on-the-Hill Alexandra Dock goods
Bootle South Bore down line 0m 481y 1885 1968 Mid Mid Walton-on-the-Hill Alexandra Dock goods
Bo-Peep built by SE, first trains were LBSC 0m 1318y 1851 open LBSC SE West St Leonards St Leonards Warrior Square
Borrodale 0m 350y 1901 open WHigh NB Beasdale Arisaig
Botanic Gardens also called Kirklee 0m 220y 1896 1964 Cal Cal Botanic Gardens Kirklee for North Kelvinside
Boughton Brake closed 1968; reopened as test track 2012 0m 350y 1885 open BR BR branch to Bevercotes colliery
Bourne see Toft
Bourne Park 0m 330y 1889 1940 SE SE Bridge Bishops­bourne
Bow Covered Way 0m 238y after 0987 open DLR DLR Bow Church Devons Road
Bowling 0m 1648y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Low Moor Bowling Junction
Bowling ≈0m 25y 1896 1964 L&D Cal Bowling Dumbarton East
Bowshank formerly 0m 249y long, reduced in late 1950s; closed 1969; reopened 2015 by NR 0m 215y 1889 open NB NB Bowland Stow
Box 1m 1452y 1841 open GW GW Box (Mill Lane) Halt Corsham
Boxbush see Mitcheldean
Box Hill see Mickleham
Boxley 0.325km (0m 356y) 2003 open CTRL CTRL Ebbsfleet International Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal
Brabazon 0m 36y 1855 1876 D&W DSE Bray Greystones
Bradford 0m 159y 1857 open GW GW Bradford-on-Avon Trowbridge
Bradford Road also called Otley & Bradford Road 0m 38y 1865 open Mid Mid Guisley Menston
Bradford also called Wakefield Road or Bridge Street 0m 62y 1850 1888 L&Y L&Y Bradford Exchange Bowling Junction
Bradley 0m 132y 1850 open LNW LNW Bradley Brighouse
Bradley Hill 0m 299y 1854 1967 SWal GW Bullo Cross Upper Soudley
Bradnop closed 1989; reopened 2010 by Moorland & City Railways 0m 36y 1905 open NS NS Leek Brook Bradnop
Bradshawgate 0m 88y 1848 open BBCWY L&Y Bolton Trinity Street Hall i' th' Wood
Bradway 1m 267y 1863 open SDWB Mid Dronfield Dore
Brake see Summer Hill
Bramhope 2m 241y 1849 open L&T NE Horsforth Arthington
Brandyhole see Bray Head No 2
Branston & Washingborough Crossroads 0m 60y 1882 open GN&GE GN&GE Lincoln Central Branston & Heighington
Brasenose Road 0m 67y 1887 1965 L&Y L&Y Bootle Bankfield Goods Branch
Bray Head No 1 0m 294y 1876 open DW&W DSE Greystones Bray
Bray Head No 1A 0m 31y 1876 open DW&W DSE Greystones Bray
Bray Head No 2 also called Brandyhole 0m 143y 1855 open DW&W DSE Greystones Bray
Bray Head No 2A 0m 27y 1855 open DW&W DSE Greystones Bray
Bray Head No 2B 0m 21y 1855 open DW&W DSE Greystones Bray
Bray Head No 3 also called Cable Rock 0m 210y 1855 open DW&W DSE Greystones Bray
Bray Head No 4 also called Long 0m 1084y 1917 open DSE DSE Greystones Bray
Breakneck see Livermead
Bredbury High Level 0m 160y 1875 open Sh&MJ Sh&MJ Bredbury Romiley
Bredbury Low Level 0m 162y 1875 1967 Sh&MJ Sh&MJ Stockport Tiviotdale Romiley
Breeze Hill see Walton-on-the-Hill No 2
Brewers Lane 0.060km (0m 66y) 2003 open CTRL CTRL Ebbsfleet International Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal
Bridgehouses also called Pye Bank 0m 121y 1845 1909 SALM GC Sheffield Bridgehouses Neepsend
Bridgeman Street also called High Street or Daubhill 0m 259y 1885 1967 LNW LNW Bolton Great Moor Street Rumworth & Daubhill
Bridge No 23 see Clydebank
Bridge No 25 see Dalmuir
Bridges see Luxulyan
Bridge Street see Bradford
Bridgeton Cross No 1 0m 74y 1892 1997 GC&D NB High Street Gallowgate Central
Bridgeton Cross No 2 0m 210y 1892 1997 GC&D NB Gallowgate Central Bridgeton Central
Bridgnorth 0m 559y 1862 1963 SevV GW Bridgnorth Coalport
Brierfield also called Colne Road 0m 73y 1849 open ELancs L&Y Brierfield Nelson
Brierley 0m 684y 1885 1967 HBWRJ H&B North Cudworth Hemsworth
Brigham Forge also called Big or Keswick Big 0m 92y 1865 1962 CK&P CK&P Keswick Threlkeld
Brighton Goods Unknown 1840 1852 L&Br LBSC Hove Brighton Lower goods
Brill 0m 191y 1910 open GW GW Dorton Halt Brill & Ludgershall
Brinnington No 1 0m 47y 1880 1931 S&WJ CLC Woodley Stockport Tiviotdale
Brinnington No 2 0m 168y 1880 1982 S&WJ CLC Woodley Stockport Tiviotdale
Brinsworth see Tinsley Wood
Brislington see St Anne's Park No 3
Bristol Harbour see Redcliffe
Bristol No 1 see St Anne's Park No 1
Bristol No 2 see St Anne's Park No 2
Bristol No 3 see St Anne's Park No 3
Britannia also called Newline 0m 144y 1881 1947 L&Y L&Y Bacup Britannia
Broad Green see Thomas Lane
Broad Street 0m 113y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Attercliffe
Bromshall also called Loxley 0m 321y 1867 1951 S&U GN Grindley Brook Uttoxeter
Brooksbottom closed 1980; reopened 1987 by East Lancashire Railway 0m 423y 1846 open ELancs L&Y Summerseat Ramsbottom
Broomfields 0m 132y 1850 ≈1884 L&Y L&Y Bradford Exchange Bowling Junction
Broomhouse 0m 92y 1870 1969 Mid Mid Sheepbridge Unstone
Broomieknowe also called Lasswade 0m 430y 1867 1964 EskV NB Broomieknowe Lasswade
Brotherton partly opened out from 0m 319y in the 1950s 0m 104y 1850 open Y&NM NE Ferrybridge Burton Salmon
Brownqueen 0m 88y 1859 open Cwall GW Bodmin Road Lostwithiel
Brownsword see Wellington Road No 2
Brucehill see Dalreoch
Brunswick see Harrogate
Brymbo also called Moss Hill 0m 437y 1847 1862 S&C [GW] Rhosrobin Wheatsheaf branch
Bryn see Cwm Cerwyn
Bryn 0m 398y 1858 1964 NA&H GW Pontllanfraith Hengoed
Bryn Teify also called Cross Inn 0m 101y 1866 1973 M&M GW Bryn Teify Maesy­crugiau
Buchanan Street also called St Rollox 0m 430y 1849 1966 Cal Cal Glasgow Buchanan Street St Rollox
Buckholm see Torwoodlee
Buckhorn Weston also called Gillingham 0m 742y 1860 open S&Y LSW Gillingham Templecombe
Buckshead 0m 320y 1859 open Cwall GW Probus & Ladock Truro
Bugsworth 0m 261y 1866 1903 Mid Mid Buxworth New Mills
Builth Road see Rhosferig
Bullfield (New) south bore: down line; also called Moor Lane 0m 77y 1841 open B&P L&Y Bolton Trinity Street Lostock Junction
Bullfield (Old) north bore: up line; also called Moor Lane 0m 94y 1841 open B&P L&Y Bolton Trinity Street Lostock Junction
Bullo also called Haie Hill or Hay Hill 0m 1065y 1854 1967 SWal GW Bullo Cross Upper Soudley
Bulls Head see Wilpshire
Burbage 0m 580y 1831 1892 S&WJ LNW Ladmanlow Bunsall
Burdale 0m 1746y 1853 1958 M&DJ NE Wharram Burdale
Burdon Road 0m 167y ≈1967 1984 BR [NE] Millfield Sunderland Moor
Buriton also called Butser 0m 485y 1859 open Pmouth LSW Petersfield Woodcroft Halt
Burnbank also called Blantyre 0m 120y 1877 1963 GBH&C NB Bothwell Burnbank
Burrell Street 0m 110y 1893 1964 C&Com Cal Crieff Comrie
Burrough's also called Hendon; twin bores 0m 1096y 1924 open LE LE Hendon Central Collindale
Burton Salmon see Fairburn
Bury also called Bury Bolton Street; closed 1980; reopened 1987 by East Lancashire Railway 0m 80y 1846 open ELancs L&Y Bury Bolton Street Summerseat
Bury Bolton Street see Bury
Bury Old Road 0m 73y 1879 open L&Y L&Y Bowker Vale Heaton Park
Bury Street see Berry Street
Butser see Buriton
Butterhouse also called Ryefield or Saddleworth or Uppermill 0m 329y 1885 1966 LNW LNW Uppermill Diggle
Butterknob see Butternab
Butternab also called Butterknob 0m 256y 1868 1965 L&Y L&Y Lockwood Netherton
Buxton Road 0m 44y 1857 open SDWB LNW Disley Middlewood
Byker 0m 150y 1879 1987 NE NE Byker St Peters
Cable Rock see Bray Head No 3
Cadeby also called Conisborough 0m 163y 1908 1975 DV SYJct Denaby & Conisbrough Sprotborough
Cademuir Hill see Neidpath
Caerau see Cymmer
Caernarvon also called Y Maes 0m 163y 1870 1964? LNW LNW Caernarvon Dinas Junction
Caerphilly also called Cefn Onn 1m 181y 1871 open Rhym Rhym Cefn-Onn Caerphilly
Calderwood Street 0m 58y 1849 open SE SE Woolwich Dockyard Woolwich Arsenal
Caldon see Cottonplain
Calton (New) north bore 0m 477y by 1908 open NB NB Edinburgh Waverley Abeyhill
Calton (Old) south bore 0m 401y 1846 open NB NB Edinburgh Waverley Abeyhill
Cambridge Batch see Flax Bourton
Cambuslang 0m 89y 1849 open Cal Cal Rutherglen Cambuslang
Camden Junction Down Slow diveunder, south bore 0m 56y 1922 open LNW LNW Euston South Hampstead
Camden Junction Up Slow diveunder, north bore 0m 46y 1922 open LNW LNW Euston South Hampstead
Camden Road (centre bore) fast lines 0m 308y 1867 open Mid Mid St Pancras Camden Road
Camden Road (east bore No1) slow lines, formerly continuous tunnel with east bore No2, partly opened out 0m 205y 1916 open Mid Mid St Pancras Camden Road
Camden Road (east bore No2) slow lines, formerly continuous tunnel with east bore No1, partly opened out 0m 66y 1916 open Mid Mid St Pancras Camden Road
Camden Road (west bore) goods lines 0m 308y 1867 open Mid Mid St Pancras Camden Road
Campden also called Mickleton 0m 887y 1853 open OW&W GW Chipping Campden Mickleton Halt
Campden Hill 0m 421y 1868 open Met Met High Street Kensington Notting Hill Gate
Camperdown see Dock Street
Canada Dock also called Sandhills; formerly part of Bootle 0m 427y 1866 1982 LNW LNW Spellow Canada Dock
Canal 0m 51y 1887 1965 L&Y L&Y Bootle Bankfield Goods Branch
Canal also called Five Ways 0m 225y 1885 open Mid Mid Birmingham New Street Five Ways
Canal West bore: down line; central bored section 0.681km; 0.763km (0m 812y) 2018 open NR NR St Pancras International Low Level Finsbury Park
Canal East bore: up line; central bored section 0.628km 0.710km (0m 777y) 2018 open NR NR St Pancras International Low Level Finsbury Park
Canal Street also called Alexandra Dock No 2 0m 118y 1880 open LNW LNW Bootle Balliol Road Alexandra Dock
Cane Hill covered way; removed ≈0m 425y 1900 1954 LBSC LBSC Coulsdon North Earlswood
Canning Street closed 1959-1977 0m 460y 1895 open Cal Cal Glasgow Green Bridgeton Cross
Canonbury also called Drayton Park or Highbury 0m 545y 1874 1976 GN GN Canonbury Finsbury Park
Cantaloube see Watnall
Canterbury see Tyler Hill
Capecastle 0m 66y 1880 1950 Bcastle Bcastle Capecastle Ballycastle
Cape Horn originally 0m 35y 0m 52y 1908 1972 GW GW Old Oak Lane Paddington goods branch
Capel-y-Graig see Vaynol
Caradoc Falls see Tynygraig
Cardiff University Students Union ≈0m 250y after 1961 open BR [TV] Cardiff Queen Street Cathays
Carmuirs aqueduct with twin compartments 0m 44y 1848 2015 SCen Cal Greenhill Larbert
Carlisle Pier 0m 45y 1859 1980 D&K D&K Dun Laoghaire Kingstown Pier, Dun Laoghaire
Carnbroe Iron Works 0m 145y 1834 ≈1854 W&Cn Cal Carnbroe Iron Works Whifflet
Carriage Line 0m 991y ≈1921 by 2007 LNW LNW Euston South Hampstead
Cartsburn (New) south bore: down line 0m 381y 1901 1967 Cal Cal Port Glasgow Whinhill
Cartsburn (Old) also called Ingleston; north bore: up line 0m 301y 1865 open G&WB Cal Port Glasgow Whinhill
Castell Coch see Tongwynlais
Castle also called Maenclochog 0m 100y 1876 1949 NR&M GW Llanycefn Maenclochog
Castlebank Street 0m 37y 1896 1978 L&D Cal Partick Cross Partick West
Castle Bar Covered Way see Drayton Green
Castlecary see Abronhill
Castle Hill 0m 319y 1873 1966 Dev&S GW South Molton Filleigh
Castle Hill also called Eastwood 0m 194y 1841 open M&L L&Y Todmorden Eastwood
Castle Hill see Neidpath
Castlerock 0m 668y 1853 open L&Co NCC Castlerock Downhill
Cat Clint see Armathwaite
Catesby 1m 1237y 1898 1966 GC GC Charwelton Braunston & Willoughby
Cat Hill 0m 154y 1840 1880 NMid Mid Darfield Wath on Dearne
Cattedown also called Cattewater 0m 48y 1888 2009? P&Dm LSW Plymouth Cattewater branch
Cattewater see Cattedown
Cattybrook see Patchway (Old)
Causeway main line 0m 62y after 1960 open BR [Mid] Peak Forest Millers Dale
Causeway Sidings 0m 62y after 1960 open BR [Mid] Peak Forest Great Rocks Sidings
Cavendish Street also called Duke Street 0m 71y 1888 open Wirral Wirral Birkenhead Park Birkenhead North
Caversham Road (centre bore) fast lines 0m 40y 1867 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Caversham Road (east bore) slow lines 0m 45y 1867 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Caversham Road (west bore) goods lines 0m 38y 1916 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Cefn-Glas see Quakers Yard
Cefn Onn see Caerphilly
Cefn-y-Bedd see Cilmeri
Central closed 2009; reopened 2012 by GMM, closed again 0m 449y 1847 2014 L&Y L&Y Oldham Werneth Oldham Central
Chalk also called Guildford or Hog's Back; originally 0m 968y 0m 845y 1849 open LSW LSW Guildford Farncombe
Channel Tunnel Down: to France 31m 634y 1994 open CT CT Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal Coquelles Channel Tunnel Terminal
Channel Tunnel Up: from France 31m 610y 1994 open CT CT Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal Coquelles Channel Tunnel Terminal
Chapel also called LNWR 0m 104y 1866 open Mid Mid Chapel-en-le-Frith Central Peak Forest
Chapel Street 0m 49y 1844 1964 Blcny NB Commonhead Airdrie Hallcraig
Charing Cross 0m 1102y 1886 open GC&D NB Glasgow Queen Street Low Level Charing Cross
Charlestown line diverted before opening 0m 250y M&L L&Y On original route from Eastwood to Hebden Bridge
Charlton 0m 302y 1910 open GW GW North Filton Charlton Halt
Charlton 0m 265y 1861 open LCD LCD Kearsney Dover Priory
Charlton 0m 154y 1849 open SE SE Charlton Woolwich Dockyard
Chatham 0m 297y 1858 open EK LCD Chatham Gillingham
Cheadle also called Draycott Cross; closed when line diverted 0m 978y 1901 1933 Chea NS Tean Cheadle
Cheddleton also called Leek Brook; closed 1965; reopened 1996 by Churnet Valley Railway 0m 535y 1849 open NS NS Leek Brook Cheddleton
Chedworth 0m 498y 1891 1961 MSW MSW Chedworth Withington
Chee Tor No 1 0m 430y 1863 1968 Mid Mid Buxton Miller's Dale
Chee Tor No 2 0m 94y 1863 1968 Mid Mid Buxton Miller's Dale
Chelsfield also called Knockholt 0m 597y 1868 open SE SE Chelsfield Knockholt
Chepstow Covered Way also called Tutshill Covered Way; carries A48 0m 359y ≈1987 open BR [GW] Chepstow Tutshill for Beachley Halt
Cherryville 0m 82y 1847 open GS&W GS&W Kildare Monasterevin
Chesil also called Winchester or St Giles 0m 441y 1885 1968 DN&S DN&S King's Worthy Winchester Chesil
Chesterfield 0m 474y 1893 1964 MS&L GC Chesterfield Central Grassmoor
Chevet 0m 684y 1840 1925 NMid Mid Royston & Notton Walton
Chevin also called Milford 0m 855y 1840 open NMid Mid Duffield Belper
Chickenley Heath No 1 0m 47y 1864 1956 WYorks GN Ossett Chickenley Heath
Chickenley Heath No 2 0m 35y 1864 1956 WYorks GN Ossett Chickenley Heath
Chigwell see Grange Hill
Chilcompton (New) west bore: up line 0m 64y 1892 1966 S&DJ S&DJ Midsomer Norton Chilcompton
Chilcompton (Old) east bore: down line 0m 64y 1874 1966 S&D S&DJ Midsomer Norton Chilcompton
Chipping Norton 0m 715y 1887 1962 B&CD GW Chipping Norton Rollright Halt
Chipping Sodbury also called Sodbury 2m 926y 1903 open GW GW Badminton Chipping Sodbury
Chirk 0m 51y 1848 open Mid S&C Chirk Trehowell Halt
Chislehurst (New) also called Bickley or Elmstead Wood or Sundridge Park; south bore: fast lines 0m 591y 1904 open SE SE Grove Park Elmstead Woods
Chislehurst (Old) also called Bickley or Elmstead Wood or Sundridge Park; north bore: slow lines 0m 649y 1865 open SE SE Grove Park Elmstead Woods
Chorley 0m 124y 1843 open B&P L&Y Chorley Euxton
Christleton aqueduct with twin compartments; down line 0m 153y 1840 open GJ LNW Chester Waverton
Christleton aqueduct with twin compartments; up line 0m 160y 1840 open GJ LNW Chester Waverton
Church Road 0m 106y 1854 open Mid Mid Church Road Somerset Road for Harborne
Church Street see North Shields Mid
Cilmeri also called Cefn-y-Bedd 0m 115y 1867 open CWalE LNW Cilmeri Builth Road
Cinder Hill 0m 61y 1862 1958 L&EG LBSC Newick & Chailey Barcombe
Clamourclough see Farnworth
Clapton 0m 284y 1872 open GE GE Hackney Downs Clapton
Clarborough 0m 658y 1849 open MS&L GC Retford Sturton
Clause see Patcham
Clawson also called Hose or Scalford 0m 834y 1879 1964 N&L N&L Scalford Long Clawson & Hose
Clay Cross 1m 24y 1840 open NMid Mid Wingfield Clay Cross
Clayton 1m 499y 1841 open L&BR LBSC Hassocks Preston Park
Clayton 0m 1057y 1878 1963 GN GN Queensbury Clayton
Clerkenwell No 1 original bore 0m 724y 1863 open Met Met Kings Cross Farringdon
Clerkenwell No 1 Widened lines bore 0m 731y 1868 open Met Met Kings Cross Farringdon
Clerkenwell No 2 original bore 0m 118y 1863 open Met Met Kings Cross Farringdon
Clerkenwell No 2 Widened lines bore 0m 155y 1868 open Met Met Kings Cross Farringdon
Clerkenwell No 3 Widened lines bore 0m 218y 1868 open Met Met Kings Cross Farringdon
Clerks also called Sheepshead 0m 58y 1846 open SDev GW Dawlish Teignmouth
Clifton Bridge No 1 0m 59y 1867 open B&PP GW Clifton Bridge Nightingale Valley Halt
Clifton Bridge No 2 0m 232y 1867 open B&PP GW Nightingale Valley Halt Ham Green Halt
Clifton Bridge No 3 also called Sandstone or Pill Sandstone 0m 88y 1867 open B&PP GW Nightingale Valley Halt Ham Green Halt
Clifton Down 0m 1738y 1877 open CE GW Clifton Down Sea Mills
Clifton Hall also called Swinton 0m 1298y 1850 1953 LNW LNW Patricroft Molyneux Brow
Cliftonville 0m 535y 1879 open LBSC LBSC Preston Park Hove
Clowne 0m 44y 1896 1967 LDEC GC Clowne South Spink Hill
Clydach (New) south bore: up line; originally 0m 302y 0m 330y 1877 1958 LNW LNW Gelli Felin Clydach
Clydach (Old) north bore: down line 0m 302y 1862 1958 MT&A LNW Gelli Felin Clydach
Clydebank also called Bridge No 23; aqueduct with twin compartments 0m 90y 1893 open GY&C NB Clydebank Central Dalmuir Park
Cobridge No 1 0m 45y 1873 1966 NS NS Cobridge Waterloo Road
Cobridge No 2 0m 310y 1873 1966 NS NS Cobridge Waterloo Road
Coburg Street also called North Leith 0m 139y 1846 1968 EL&G NB Junction Bridge North Leith
Cocker Hill see Stalybridge South
Cockett cut back, originally ≈0m 938y 0m 788y 1852 open SWal GW Swansea High Street Cockett
Cocking 0m 738y 1881 1953 LBSC LBSC Cocking Singleton
Coed Helen ≈0m 22y 1828 1867 Nantle Nantle Carnarvon Castle Bontnewydd
Cofton also called Grovely 0m 440y 1840 1929 Bm&G Mid Barnt Green Longbridge
Cogan 0m 220y 1888 open BD&R Barry Cogan Eastbrook
Coleman Street 0m 89y 1849 open SE SE Woolwich Dockyard Woolwich Arsenal
Coles Rock 0m 22y 1874 1956 S&Wye SWSB Lydbrook Junction Upper Lydbrook
Colinton 0m 153y 1874 1967 Cal Cal Colinton Hailes Halt
Collyhurst closed 1991; reopened 1992 by GMM 0m 426y 1904 open L&Y L&Y Manchester Victoria Dean Lane
Colne Road see Brierfield
Colwall (New) 0m 1586y 1926 open GW GW Colwall Malvern Wells
Colwall (Old) 0m 1567y 1861 1926 WMid GW Colwall Malvern Wells
Colwyn Bay Goods 0m 69y ≈1900 1981 LNW LNW Mochdre & Pabo Colwyn Bay Goods Branch
Combe Down 1m 69y 1874 1966 S&D S&DJ Bath Green Park Midford
Combe Hay 0m 66y 1910 1951 GW GW Dunkerton Combe Hay Halt
Conisbrough also called Foulsyke 0m 235y 1849 open SYDG GC Conisborough Doncaster
Conisbrough see Cadeby
Connabury covered way 0m 57y 1849 1960 D&E GNI Culloville Castleblayney
Connaught also called Silvertown; includes 117y of twin bores added in 1935 0m 600y 1876 2006 EC GE Customs House Silvertown
Connaught to be reopened with twin bore section removed 0.573km (0m 627y) LCR1 TfL Custom House Woolwich
Conway renamed Conwy in 1960 0m 74y 1848 open C&H LNW Conwy Penmaenmawr
Conwy see Conway
Coombe Lane also called Coombe Road; closed 1963; reopened 2000 by CT 0m 157y 1885 open WSC WSC Bingham Road Coombe Road
Coombe Road see Coombe Lane
Cooper's Lane also called Stansted 1m 184y 1991 open BR BR Stansted Mountfitchett Stansted Airport
Copenhagen west bore 0m 594y 1877 open GN GN Kings Cross Finsbury Park
Copenhagen centre bore 0m 594y 1850 open GN GN Kings Cross Finsbury Park
Copenhagen east bore; proposed reopening 0m 594y 1886 1970S GN GN Kings Cross Finsbury Park
Copley see Bank House
Copperas Hill 0m 29y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Coppet Hill see Lydbrook
Corbridge also called Farnley Scar; suffered structural problems from 1844; closed when deviation line opened 0m 170y 1834 1962 N&C NE Riding Mill Corbridge
Corby 1m 160y 1879 open Mid Mid Corby Gretton
Cork 0m 1355y 1855 open GS&W GS&W Blarney Cork
Corkickle see Whitehaven
Corporation Road also called Birkenhead Park 0m 64y 1888 open Wirral Wirral Birkenhead Park Birkenhead North
Coryton 0m 224y 1846 open SDev GW Dawlish Teignmouth
Coswarth 0m 31y 1849 open Newquay GW St Columb Road Quintrel Downs
Cotes Park see Alfreton
Cotley Wood see Culver
Cottonplain also called Caldon 0m 480y 1849 1920 CLT(NS) CLT(NS) Tramway to Caldon Low Quarry
Court Sart Junction diveunder 0m 48y 1914 open GW GW Briton Ferry West Jersey Marine
Coventry see Beechwood
Cowburn 2m 182y 1893 open Mid Mid Chinley Edale
Cowden see Mark Beech
Cow Gill see Rise Hill
Cowlairs also called Queen Street High Level; originally 0m 1159y 0m 1006y 1842 open E&G NB Glasgow Queen Street High Level Cowlairs
Cowlairs House 0m 50y 1842 by 1895 E&G NB Glasgow Queen Street Cowlairs
Crackenedge see Batley Carr
Craigellachie also called Taminurie or Aberlour 0m 68y 1863 1971 Sspey GNS Craigellachie Aberlour
Craig-en-Arden see Creag-an-Ardain
Craiglockhart 0m 60y 1884 open ESSJ NB Gorgie East Craiglockhart
Craig-y-Don see Aberdovey No 4
Crawley see Crawleyside
Crawleyside also called Hog Hill or Crawley 0m 121y 1834 1949 S&T W&Der Crawley Stanhope (HL)
Creag-an-Ardain also called Ardlui or Craig-en-Arden or Loch Lomondside; does not appear in official documentation 0m 49y 1894 open WHigh NB Arrocher & Tarbert Ardlui
Crescent Wood see Upper Sydenham
Cressbrook 0m 471y 1863 1968 Mid Mid Miller's Dale Monsal Dale
Crewe Coal Yard Junction (west bore) also called Liverpool Independent Down 0m 323y 1900 open LNW LNW Crewe avoiding lines
Crewe Coal Yard Junction (east bore) also called Liverpool Independent Up 0m 291y 1900 open LNW LNW Crewe avoiding lines
Crewe Sydney Bridge Junction also called Manchester Independent Lines 0m 416y 1901 open LNW LNW Crewe avoiding lines
Crewkerne 0m 205y 1860 open LSW LSW Crewkerne Chard Junction
Crick 0m 595y 1881 open LNW LNW Long Buckby Kilsby & Crick
Cricket Inn also called Nunnery 0m 43y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Attercliffe Road
Crigglestone 0m 250y 1905 1968 Mid Mid Royston & Notton Thornhill
Crimea see Ffestiniog
Crimple see Prospect Hill
Cromer 0m 60y 1906 1953 N&S N&S Cromer Links Halt Roughton Road
Crooklands see Lindal
Croppers Hill 0m 120y 1859 1988 SHCR LNW Peasley Cross St Helens Colliery branch
Crosby Garrett 0m 181y 1875 open Mid Mid Kirkby Stephen Crosby Garrett
Cross Guns No 1 0m 187y 1864 open MGW MGW Connolly Liffey Junction
Cross Guns No 2 0m 24y 1864 open MGW MGW Connolly Liffey Junction
Cross Inn see Bryn Teify
Crossrail [main tunnel] twin bores with cut and cover ends; Royal Oak to Stepney Green Junction and Pudding Mill Lane 14.309km (8m 1568y) TfL TfL Old Oak Common Stratford
Crossrail [south east branch tunnel] twin bores with cut and cover ends; Stepney Green Junction to Victoria Dock 5.180km (3m 385y) TfL TfL Whitechapel Custom House
Crossrail [Thames tunnel] twin bores with cut and cover ends; North Woolwich to Plumstead 2.940km (1m 1455y) TfL TfL Custom House Abbey Wood
Cross Street 0m 134y 1849 open SE SE Woolwich Dockyard Woolwich Arsenal
Crouch Hill also called Crown Hill 0m 90y 1848 open THJ THJ Crouch Hill Harringay
Crowborough also called Rotherfield 0m 1022y 1868 open LBSC LBSC Crowborough Buxted
Crown Hill see Crouch Hill
Crown Street (Old) original station tunnel 0m 291y 1830 1972 L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Crown Street
Crown Street No 5 Goods later goods station tunnel 0m 127y 1846 open LNW LNW Edge Hill Crown Street goods
Crown Street (New) main bore formerly 0m 57y 0m 183y 1860 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Crown Street (Old) north bore, up slow line formerly 0m 57y 0m 183y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Crow Road 0m 355y 1896 1964 L&D Cal Crow Road Partick West
Croxleyhall 0m 87y 1925 open Met&LNER Met&LNER Croxley Rickmansworth
Cruach Rock Snow Shed 0m 220y after 1895 open NB NB Rannoch Corrour
Cryin' Hill see Kinghorn
Crystal Palace see Paxton
Crystal Palace also called Gipsy Hill or Sydenham 0m 746y 1856 open WLCP LBSC Gipsy Hill Crystal Palace Low Level
Cuckseys see Bletchingley
Culgaith 0m 661y 1875 open Mid Mid Culgaith Langwathby
Culver also called Cotley Wood 0m 248y 1903 1958 Exeter Exeter(GW) Langdown Christow
Culzean see Balchriston
Cumberworth 0m 906y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Denby Dale Shepley
Cwmbwrla formerly included within Cockett tunnel 0m 26y 1852 open SWal GW Swansea High Street Cockett
Cwm Cerwin also called Bryn or Cwmcerwyn 0m 1012y 1897 1964 PT GW Bryn Maesteg
Cwm-y-Glo also called Llanberis or Padarn 0m 106y 1869 1964 C&Llb LNW Cwm-y-Glo Llanberis
Cymmer also called Caerau or Maesteg 0m 1595y 1878 1970 Llfi&O GW Caerau Cymmer Afan
Dainton 0m 272y 1847d> open SDev GW Newton Abbot Totnes
Dalkey also called Sorrento 0m 160y 1854 open D&W DSE Dalkey Killiney
Dalmarnock Road closed 1959-1977 0m 766y 1895 open Cal Cal Bridgeton Cross Dalmarnock
Dalmuir also called Bridge No 25; formerly 97y 0m 90y 1893 open GY&C NB Clydebank Central Dalmuir Park
Dalreoch (New) also called Brucehill; south bore: down line 0m 550y 1896 open NB NB Dalreoch Cardross
Dalreoch (Old) also called Brucehill; north bore: up line 0m 550y 1858 open GD&H NB Dalreoch Cardross
Dalston Lane Covered Way south to west main line, includes Kingsland High Street tunnel (closed 1969); reopened 2011 by TfL 0m 195y 1865 open NL TfL Dalston Junction Mildmay Park
Dalston Lane (Kingsland) south to east branch 0m 51y 1865 1966 NL NL Dalston Junction Hackney Central
Dalton 0m 225y 1846 open Fur Fur Lindal Dalton
Danygraig 0m 79y 1899 1933 RSB RSB Danygraig Swansea Riverside
Darnall also called Handsworth 0m 374y 1849 1913 MS&L GC Darnall Woodhouse
Daubhill see Bridgeman Street
Dawlish see Kennaway
Dean Royd 0m 70y 1841 open M&L L&Y Littleborough Walsden
Deepdale No 1 also called Maudlands or Miley 0m 160y 1850 after 2005 FPWR P&L Preston Deepdale
Deepdale No 2 0m 272y 1850 after 2005 FPWR P&L Preston Deepdale
Deepdale No 3 0m 385y 1850 after 2005 FPWR P&L Preston Deepdale
Deepgrove see Sandsend Ness
Deeside see Berwyn
Delabole see Trelill
Denhill see Tidenham
Denmark Hill north bore 0m 63y 1865 open LBSC LBSC East Brixton Denmark Hill
Denmark Hill south bore 0m 64y 1866 open LBSC LBSC East Brixton Denmark Hill
Denmark Hill East see Grove
Denholme see Hammer's Hill
Dennel Hill see Tidenham
Deptford also called Lambton Coal Drops cut back from ≈723y 0m 209y 1865 1967 NE NE Pallion Lambton Coal Drops
Devizes 0m 190y 1862 1966 B&HE GW Pans Lane Halt Devizes
Devonport 0m 122y 1859 open Cwall GW Devonport Albert Road Dockyard
Devonport High Level also called Ford 0m 373y 1890 1964 PDSW PDSW Albert Road Halt Ford
Devonport Park also called Albert Road or King's Road 0m 530y 1890 1964 PDSW PDSW Devonport Kings Road Albert Road Halt
Devonport Station 0m 102y 1886 1970 LSW LSW branch to Stonehouse Pool
Devonshire also called Devonshire Hill or Bloomfield 0m 447y 1874 1966 S&D S&D Bath Green Park Midford
Devonshire Street Goods East 0m 25y ≈1874 1967 GE GE Globe Road & Devonshire Street Mile End coal depot
Devonshire Street Goods West 0m 52y ≈1874 1967 GE GE Globe Road & Devonshire Street Mile End coal depot
Dewsbury 0m 213y 1880 1965 GN GN Earlsheaton Dewsbury Central
Dewsbury see Saville Road
Diggle see Standedge
Digswell see Welwyn South
Dinedor also called Rotherwas 0m 110y 1855 1964 HR&G GW Holme Lacy Hereford
Dingle 0m 1082y 1864 open G&LC CLC St Michaels Brunswick
Dingle 0m 872y 1896 1956 LO LO Herculaneum Dock Dingle Park Road
Dinmore (New) east bore: down line 0m 1051y 1870 open S&H S&H Dinmore Ford Bridge
Dinmore (Old) west bore: up line 0m 1051y 1853 open S&H S&H Dinmore Ford Bridge
Disley 0m 212y 1857 open SDWB LNW Disley New Mills Newtown
Disley 2m 346y 1902 open Mid Mid Cheadle Heath Buxworth
Ditchling Road 0m 63y 1846 open BL&H LBSC Brighton London Road Moulescoomb
Ditton also called Liverpool Road 0m 97y 1879 1964 Widnes Widnes Hough Green Widnes Central
Dock Street also called Camperdown 0m 610y 1878 open NB NB Dundee Tay Bridge Camperdown Junction
Dock Street also called Dockyard 0m 121y 1849 open SE SE Charlton Woolwich Dockyard
Dockyard see Dock Street
Doe Park No 1 0m 140y 1884 1963 GN GN Denholme Wilsden
Doe Park No 2 also called Inverted Arch 43A 0m 33y 1884 1963 GN GN Denholme Wilsden
Doe Park No 3 also called Inverted Arch 43B 0m 112y 1884 1963 GN GN Denholme Wilsden
Dolgran see Pencader
Donnington see Withcall
Dore 0m 91y 1894 open Mid Mid Dronfield Grindleford
Dove Holes 1m 1224y 1863 open SDWB Mid Peak Forest Chapel-en-le-Frith
Dover see Dover Harbour
Dover Harbour also called Dover 0m 684y 1861 open LCD LCD Dover Priory Dover Harbour
Dover Priory see Priory
Downhill 0m 301y 1853 open L&Co NCC Castlerock Downhill
Downton 0m 107y 1866 1964 S&Dor LSW Alderbury Junction Downton
Draycott Cross see Cheadle
Drayton Green also called Castle Bar Covered Way 0m 506y after 1960 open BR [GW] Drayton Green Castle Bar
Drayton Park see Canonbury
Drayton Park down line diveunder 0m 94y 1976 open BR BR Drayton Park Finsbury Park
Drayton Park up line diveunder 0m 63y 1976 open BR BR Finsbury Park Drayton Park
Drewton 1m 354y 1885 1959 HBWRJ H&B South Cave Little Weighton
Drove see Singleton
Druach Hill No 1 see Drung Hill No 1
Druach Hill No 2 see Drung Hill No 2
Drumlanrig 0m 1395y 1850 open G&SW G&SW Carronbridge Sanquhar
Drung Hill Covered Way 0m 50y by 1893 1960 GS&W GS&W Mountain Stage Kells
Drung Hill No 1 also called Druach Hill No 1 0m 120y 1893 1960 GS&W GS&W Mountain Stage Kells
Drung Hill No 2 also called Druach Hill No 2 0m 91y 1893 1960 GS&W GS&W Mountain Stage Kells
Drybrook 0m 97y 1907 1953 GW GW Drybrook Mitcheldean Road
Duckmanton 0m 501y 1897 1957 LDEC GC Chesterfield Market Place Arkwright Town
Dudley 0m 948y 1852 1993 OW&W GW Dudley Blowers Green
Dudley Hill High Level 0m 50y 1856 1968 LBHJ GN Dudley Hill Birkenshaw
Dudley Hill Low Level 0m 71y 1893 1933 GN GN Dudley Hill Low Moor
Dudley Port 0m 40y 1850 open SS LNW Dudley Dudley Port Low Level
Duffield closed 1989; reopened 2011 by Ecclesbourne Valley Railway 0m 52y 1867 open Mid Mid Duffield Hazelwood
Duffryn see Quakers Yard
Duke Street see Cavendish Street
Duke Street No 1 0m 55y 1875 open CGU NB Bellgrove Duke Street
Duke Street No 2 0m 52y 1875 open CGU NB Bellgrove Duke Street
Duke Street No 3 0m 45y 1875 open CGU NB Bellgrove Duke Street
Dunblane see Kippenross
Dundee Law 0m 330y 1831 1861 D&N D&N Dundee Ward Street Top of Law
Dungannon 0m 814y 1861 1965 PD&O GNI Trew & Moy Dungannon
Dunkeld see Inver
Dunkhill renamed from Thorpe 0m 52y 1873 1964 GN GN Idle Eccleshill
Dunton Bassett also called Ashby 0m 92y 1898 1966 GC GC Lutterworth Ashby Magna
Durrow also called Ballyvoyle 0m 418y 1878 1982 WD&L F&R Durrow & Stradbally Dungarvan
Durweston 0m 33y 1863 1966 S&D S&DJ Stourpaine & Durweston Blandford Forum
Earl's Court Covered Way 0m 220y 1991 open BR [WLE] Kensington Olympia West Brompton
Earlsheaton 0m 179y 1874 1965 GN GN Earlsheaton Dewsbury Central
Easington see Grinkle
East Anstey 0m 28y 1873 1966 Dev&S GW Dulverton East Anstey
East Bank centre bore: down fast line; remaining part of former Farm tunnel 0m 101y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Heeley
East Bank east bore: up fast line 0m 89y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Heeley
East Bank Covered Way No 1 down slow line passing below fast lines; also called The Sough 0m 107y 1902 1972 Mid Mid Sheffield Heeley
East Bank Covered Way No 2 down slow line 0m 89y 1902 1972 Mid Mid Sheffield Heeley
East Barnet see Barnet
East Cliffe also called Teignmouth East Cliff or East Teignmouth 0m 320y 1846 1884 SDev GW Dawlish Teignmouth
East Grinstead No 1 0m 78y 1866 1967 LBSC LBSC East Grinstead Hartfield
East Grinstead No 2 0m 48y 1866 1967 LBSC LBSC East Grinstead Hartfield
East Leake see Barnstone
East Norton 0m 444y 1879 1963 N&L N&L Hallaton East Norton
East Putney 0m 311y 1899 open LSW LSW East Putney Southfields
East Teignmouth see East Cliffe
East Trinity Road see Trinity
Eastwood see Castle Hill
Eaves 0m 431y 1863 open SDWB LNW Dove Holes Chapel-en-le-Frith
Edenbridge No 1 also called Little Browns No 1; two tunnels with 24y gap between, total 0m 319y 0m 116y 1888 open LBSC LBSC Monks Lane Halt Edenbridge Town
Edenbridge No 2 also called Little Browns No 2; two tunnels with 24y gap between, total 0m 319y 0m 179y 1888 open LBSC LBSC Monks Lane Halt Edenbridge Town
Edge Hill see Lime Street
Edge Hill Goods Loop official name not known 0m 87y 1887 1981 LNW LNW Edge Hill Wavertree
Edgeley No 1 also called Stockport No 1 0m 123y 1842 1960s M&Bm LNW Stockport Cheadle Hulme
Edgeley No 2 also called Stockport No 2 0m 35y 1842 1960s M&Bm LNW Stockport Cheadle Hulme
Edgeley No 3 also called Stockport No 3 0m 51y 1842 1960s M&Bm LNW Stockport Cheadle Hulme
Edgware Station twin bores; not completed ≈0m 50y LE LE Edgware (uncom­pleted extension)
Edlingham also called Hillhead or Whittingham 0m 351y 1887 1953 NE NE Edliningham Whittingham
Eglinton Street (Old) west bore 0m 175y 1879 open Cal Cal Eglinton Street Rutherglen
Eglinton Street (New) east bore no 1 0m 120y 1909 open Cal Cal Eglinton Street Rutherglen
Eglinton Street (New) east bore no 2 0m 67y 1909 open Cal Cal Eglinton Street Rutherglen
Eglinton Street (New) east bore no 3 0m 57y 1909 1996 Cal Cal Eglinton Street Rutherglen
Elland 0m 420y 1840 open M&L L&Y Elland Greetland
Ellesmere Street 0m 291y 1898 1964 L&Y L&Y Pendleton Manchester Docks
Elmstead Wood see Chislehurst
Elstree Hill not completed ≈0m 550y LT LT Edgware (uncom­pleted extension)
Elstree (New) east bore: slow lines 0m 1058y 1890 open Mid Mid Mill Hill Broadway Elstree
Elstree (Old) west bore: fast lines 0m 1058y 1867 open Mid Mid Mill Hill Broadway Elstree
Enfield North see Hadley Wood North
Enfield South see Hadley Wood South
Enniscorthy 0m 405y 1872 open SW&W DSE Enniscorthy Edermine Ferry
Ensinge see Selling
Eshiels also called Peebles 0m 66y 1864 1962 Peebles NB Peebles Cardrona
Esholt 0m 548y 1876 open Mid Mid Esholt Guiseley
Esplanade see Ryde Esplanade
Estrayer Park 0m 169y after 1986 open BR [LSW] Okehampton Meldon Quarry Halt
Etchinghill 0m 97y 1887 1947 SE SE Lyminge Cheriton
Euroclydon see Hawthorns
Euston Up Empty Carriage Line also called The Rathole 0m 985y 1922 by 2007 LNW LNW South Hampstead Euston Carriage Sidings
Evershot also called Holywell 0m 308y 1857 open GW GW Chetnole Evershot
Exeter see Blackboy
Eyhorne 0.360km (0m 394y) 2003 open CTRL CTRL Ebbsfleet International Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal
Eynsford 0m 828y 1862 open Seven LCD Swanley Junction Eynsford
Fairburn also called Burton Salmon 0m 65y 1840 open Y&NM NE Castleford Burton Salmon
Fairlie 0m 971y 1882 open G&SW G&SW Fairlie Largs
Falkirk 0m 850y 1842 open E&G NB Falkirk High Polmont
Falmer 0m 490y 1846 open BL&H LBSC Falmer Lewes
Falsgrave also called Gallows Close or Westborough 0m 260y 1885 1965 S&Wby NE Seamer Scalby
Fareham No 1 also called Funtley No 1 0m 56y 1841 open LSW LSW Knowle Halt Fareham
Fareham No 2 also called Funtley No 2 0m 553y 1841 open LSW LSW Knowle Halt Fareham
Farm some short lengths remain: see East Bank 0m 558y 1870 1902 Mid Mid Sheffield Heeley
Farnley Scar see Corbridge
Farnworth (New) south bore: down line 0m 295y 1880 2015 L&Y L&Y Kearsley Farnworth
Farnworth (Old) north bore: up line; rebored 2015 on slightly revised alignment; also called Clamourclough 0m 295y 1838 open MB&B L&Y Kearsley Farnworth
Farnworth 0m 140y 1873 by 1893 CLC CLC Sankey for Penketh Widnes North
Farringdon original lines 0m 30y 1865 open Met Met Farringdon Barbican
Farringdon Widened lines 0m 30y 1868 open Met Met Farringdon Barbican
Fawley 0m 537y 1855 1964 HR&G GW Ballingham Fawley
Fenton Manor 0m 106y 1859 1989 NS NS Fenton Manor Bucknall & Northwood
Ferrycarrig 0m 296y 1872 open DW&W DSE Killurin Wexford
Ferry Toll 0m 107y ≈1909 open Mil Mil Inverkeithing Rosyth Dockyard branch
Fersit also called Loch Treig 0m 140y 1932 open LNER [NB] Corrour Tulloch
Ffestiniog also called Crimea or Blaenau Ffestiniog 2m 333y 1879 open LNW LNW Roman Bridge Blaenau Festiniog
Fifth not located 0m 118y
Finchley see Belsize
Finnieston 0m 745y 1886 open GC&D NB Charing Cross Partickhill
Finsbury Park goods line 0m 93y ≈1874 open GN&C GN&C Canonbury Finsbury Park
Finsbury Park up lines diveunder 0m 93y 1976 open BR BR Finsbury Park Canonbury
Firth also called Old Woodhouselee 0m 111y 1872 1967 Pcuik NB Roslin Castle Auchendinny
Fishergate ≈0m 110y 1838 ≈1875 NU NU Preston Maxwell House
Fishergate Hill also called Preston Docks Branch; closed 1990s; reopened 2005 as connection to Ribble Steam Railway 0m 141y 1846 open NU&RNav NU Preston Docks branch
Fisherton also called Salisbury 0m 443y 1859 open S&Y LSW Porton Salisbury
Five Ways see Bath Row, Canal, Granville Street, Holliday Street and Suffolk Street
Flax Bourton also called Cambridge Batch 0m 110y 1841 open B&E GW Long Ashton Flax Bourton
Foley Park see Bewdley
Fochriw ≈0m 82y 1876 by 1900 TB TB Dowlais Cae Harris Fochriw branch
Folkestone Warren see Martello
Folly Hill see Haywards Heath
Ford see Devonport High Level
Forest see Whitland
Fort Pitt 0m 428y 1858 open EK LCD Rochester Chatham
Foulsyke see Conisbrough
Fox Hills 0m 418y 1870 open LSW LSW Brookwood Ash Vale
Fox's Wood No 1 0m 37y 1840 by 1896 GW GW St Anne's Park Keynsham
Fox's Wood No 2 0m 53y 1840 by 1896 GW GW St Anne's Park Keynsham
Frampton also called Grimstone 0m 651y 1857 open GW GW Maiden Newton Grimstone & Framptone
Frant Road see Grove
Friog Rocks Avalanche Shelter 0m 67y after 1900 open A&WC Cam Llwyngwril Fairbourne
Frimley Green Aqueduct four bores of various lengths 0m 48yd- 0m 58yd 1870 open L&S LSW Brookwood Farnborough Main
Frodsham 0m 87y 1850 open BLCJ Birk Frodsham Halton
Frongoch see Aberdovey No 1
Fulham Broadway also called Fulham Road or Walham Green 0m 123y 1880 open MD MD Fulham Broadway Parsons Green
Fulham Road see Fulham Broadway
Fulwood 0m 200y 1864 open G&LC CLC Aigburth Otterspool
Fulwell twin compartment covered way 0m 62y 1864 open ThmsV LSW Fulwell Hampton
Funtley No 1 see Fareham No 1
Funtley No 2 see Fareham No 2
Furness Abbey 0m 76y 1846 open Fur Fur Furness Abbey Roose