Railway tunnel lengths

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Last update 21 December 2020

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Closure dates marked with a dagger () denote when a tunnel was opened out (i.e. it stopped being a tunnel) and does not indicate line closure; the line may still be open.

Name Other names, remarks Length From To Opened by Pre-group Between…
Gaer 0m 403y 1879 open GW GW Newport Bassaleg
Gaich Unknown proposed Strathspey Strathspey Broomhill Grantown-on-Spey
Gaisford Street (centre bore) fast lines 0m 52y 1867 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Gaisford Street (east bore) slow lines 0m 49y 1867 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Gaisford Street (west bore) goods lines 0m 63y 1916 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Gallowgate 0m 230y 1892 1987 NB NB High Street Gallowgate Central
Gallows Close see Falsgrave
Galton length extended: originally 0m 65y 0m 161y 1867 open Stour GW Smethwick West Smethwick Rolfe Street
Garnedd closed 1946; reopened 1968 by Fest 0m 67y 1851 open Fest Fest Tan-y-Bwlch Coed-y-Bleiddau
Garth see Walnut Tree
Gasworks (centre bore) also called Maiden Lane 0m 528y 1852 open GN GN Kings Cross Finsbury Park
Gasworks (east bore) also called Maiden Lane;
proposed reopening
0m 528y 1878 1970s GN GN Kings Cross Finsbury Park
Gasworks (west bore) also called Maiden Lane 0m 528y 1892 open GN GN Kings Cross Finsbury Park
Gelli 0m 164y 1890 1960 RSB RSB Cymmer Afan Blaengwynfi
Gelli Felin (New) south bore: up line;
also called New Clydach
0m 386y 1877 1958 LNW LNW Gelli Felin Clydach
Gelli Felin (Old) north bore: down line 0m 352y 1862 1958 MT&A LNW Gelli Felin Clydach
George IV 0m 238y 1849 open SE SE Woolwich Dockyard Woolwich Arsenal
Gerrards Cross also called Tesco 0m 339y 2009 open NR [GW&GC] Denham Golf Club Gerrards Cross
Gildersome 1m 571y 1900 1966 LNW LNW Birstal Town Gildersome
Gildersome 0m 156y 1857 1968 LBHJ GN Gildersome West Drighlington
Gillingham also called New Brompton 0m 897y 1858 open EK LCD Chatham Gillingham
Gillingham see Buckhorn Weston
Gill's Corner 0m 96y 1849 1962 MidC Mid Rugby Ullesthorpe
Gipsy Hill see Crystal Palace
Gisburn also called Gisburn Hall or Gisburn Park 0m 157y 1880 open L&Y L&Y Gisburn Newsholme
Gisburn Hall see Gisburn
Gisburn Park see Gisburn
Glaston 1m 82y 1879 open Mid Mid Harringworth Manton
Gledholt (New) south bore 0m 233y by1890 open LNW LNW Huddersfield Longwood
Gledholt (Old) north bore;
formerly part of Huddersfield tunnel, partly opened out for junction
0m 243y 1849 open LNW LNW Huddersfield Longwood
Glencorse 0m 41y 1877 1959 EL&R NB Roslin Glencorse
Glenfarg North also called Pottiehill 0m 507y 1890 1970 NB NB Glenfarg Bridge of Earn
Glenfarg South also called Balmanno 0m 517y 1890 1970 NB NB Glenfarg Bridge of Earn
Glenfield 1m 36y 1832 1966 Leic&S Mid Glenfield Leicester West Bridge
Glenside see Balchriston
Glyn see Hafodyrynys
Goat closed 1933; reopened 2009 by WHR 0m 41y 1923 open WH WH Beddgelert Nantmor
Godinton Road [Chords] twin bores;
official length is 0.466km (510y)
0.570km
(0m 623y)
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Godinton Road 1 [main lines] total official length, including some 'cut & cover' and open box is 1.562km (1706y) 0.570km
(0m 623y)
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Godinton Road 2 [main lines] 0.422km
(0m 462y)
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Godstone see Oxted
Gogginshall also called Ballinhassig 0m 906y 1851 1961 C&B CBSC Waterfall Ballinhassig
Goitrecoed ≈0m 1000y 1841 1862 TV TV Abercynon Quakers Yard
Golden Hill see Pembroke Dock
Golgotha closed 1987; reopened 1995 by EKR 0m 477y 1912 open EKL EKL Shepherdswell Eyethorne
Gomersal 0m 819y 1900 1966 LNW LNW Cleckheaton Gomersal
Gonerby 0m 560y 1850 open ANBE N&G Grantham Sedgebrook
Goonbarrow see Stenalees
Gorebridge North 0m 85y 1848 by 1907 NB NB Gorebridge Fushiebridge
Gorebridge South 0m 85y 1848 after 1940 NB NB Gorebridge Fushiebridge
Goyden Pot 0m 184y 1921 1936 NiddVL (BC) NiddVL (BC) Lofthouse in Nidderdale Scar Village
Graig also called Pontypridd or Pwllgwaun or Treforest 0m 1373y 1889 1951 BD&R Barry Treforest High Level Pontypridd Graig
Grange Hill also called Chigwell or Quarter Mile 0m 260y 1903 open GE GE Grange Hill Chigwell
Granville Street also called Five Ways 0m 81y 1885 open Mid Mid Birmingham New Street Five Ways
Granville Street 0m 52y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Attercliffe Road
Granville Street Goods 0m 234y 1887 1967 Mid Mid Granville Street Central Goods Depot
Grassendale 0m 76y 1864 open G&LC CLC Aigburth Cressington
Great Elm 0m 319y 1974 open ARC BR Frome Whatley quarry new branch
Great George Street also called Liverpool Central 0m 1012y 1874 open CLC CLC St James Liverpool Central
Great Horton Road 0m 69y 1876 1972 GN GN Manchester Road City Road goods branch
Great Oxenden see Oxenden
Great Rocks 0m 161y 1861 open Mid Mid Peak Forest Miller's Dale
Great Western Road 0m 711y 1896 1964 Cal Cal Kelvin Bridge Botanic Gardens
Green Lane 0m 59y 1891 open Mer Mer Green Lane Rock Ferry
Greenbottom 0m 134y 1965 open Mid Mid Calverley and Rodley Guiseley
Greenfield see Lydgate
Greenhithe 0m 253y 1849 open SE SE Greenhithe Swanscombe
Greenock see Newton Street
Greenside 0m 618y 1893 1964 GN GN Pudsey Greenside Dudley Hill
Greenway also called Maypool;
transferred to Dart Valley Railway 1972
0m 495y 1864 open D&T GW Churston Kingswear
Greenwich College also called Maze Hill 0m 450y 1878 open SE SE Greenwich Maze Hill
Greenwich Park No 1 0m 119y 1888 1917 LCD LCD Blackheath Hill Greenwich Park
Greenwich Park No 2 0m 41y 1888 1917 LCD LCD Blackheath Hill Greenwich Park
Greet also called Winchcombe;
closed 1976; reopened 1990 by Gloucester/Warwickshire Railway
0m 693y 1906 open GW GW Winchcombe Gretton Halt
Grenofen 0m 374y 1859 1962 SD&T GW Horrabridge Whitchurch Down
Gresley 0m 623y 1848 open Mid Mid Gresley Moira
Grimston 0m 1305y 1879 open Mid Mid Grimston Old Dalby
Grimston Covered Way also called Saxelby covered way 0m 100y 1879 open Mid Mid Grimston Old Dalby
Grimstone see Frampton
Grinkle also called Easington 0m 992y 1883 open WRMU NE Staithes Grinkle
Grosmont closed 1965; reopened 1973 by NYMR 0m 144y 1865 open NE NE Grosmont Goathland
Grosmont Old 0m 119y 1836 1865 W&P NE Grosmont Goathland
Grotton see Lydgate
Grove also called Madeira Park or Frant Road 0m 183y 1867 1985 LBSC LBSC Tunbridge Wells Tunbridge Wells West
Grove also called Denmark Hill East;
north bore
0m 132y 1865 open LBSC LBSC Peckham Rye Denmark Hill
Grove also called Denmark Hill East;
south bore
0m 132y 1866 open LBSC LBSC Peckham Rye Denmark Hill
Grove Hill 0m 287y 1851 open SE SE Tunbridge Wells Frant
Groveley see Cofton
Grovesend 0m 167y 1872 1966 Mid Mid Tytherington Thornbury
Guide Bridge 0m 154y 1882 1968 LNW LNW Hooley Hill Dukinfield
Guildford see Chalk
Gulwell 0m 47y 1931 1971 GW GW Buckfastleigh Ashburton
Guston 0m 1412y 1881 open D&D D&D Dover Priory Martin Mill
Gwersyllt see Summer Hill
Gyfylchi also called Gyfalcha or Tonmawr or Pelena 0m 1109y 1863 1947 SWM SWM Tonmawr Junction Cymmer
Hackington see Tyler Hill
Hackney Downs see Queens Road
Haddon 0m 1058y 1863 1968 Mid Mid Bakewell Rowsley
Haden Hill 0m 151y 1878 1969 GW GW Old Hill Coombes Holloway Halt
Hadley Wood North also called Enfield North or North Enfield;
west bore (new)
0m 232y 1959 open BR [GN] Hadley Wood Potters Bar
Hadley Wood North also called Enfield North or North Enfield;
east bore (old)
0m 232y 1850 open GN GN Hadley Wood Potters Bar
Hadley Wood South also called Enfield South or South Enfield;
west bore (new)
0m 384y 1959 open BR [GN] New Barnet Hadley Wood
Hadley Wood South also called Enfield South or South Enfield;
east bore (old)
0m 384y 1850 open GN GN New Barnet Hadley Wood
Hafodyrynys also called Glyn 0m 280y 1855 1964 NA&H GW Pontypool Hafodyrynys
Hag Wood see Toadmoor
Haie Hill see Bullo
Haigh see Hall Lane
Halfpence Lane 0.170km
(0m 186y)
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Hall Lane also called Haigh 0m 375y 1869 1883 LU L&Y Whelley Standish
Halton see Sutton
Haltwhistle see Whitchester
Ham Green see Pill
Hammer's Hill also called Hamer's Hill or Denholme 0m 153y 1852 1963 GN GN Thornton Denholme
Hampstead (Marylebone) east bore 0m 694y 1899 open GC GC Marylebone Harrow-on-the-Hill
Hampstead (Marylebone) west bore never completed GC GC Marylebone Harrow-on-the-Hill
Hampstead Heath 0m 1166y 1860 open HJ LNW Hampstead Finchley Road
Hampstead Junction down/south bore: goods lines 0m 49y 1867 open Mid Mid Kentish Town Finchley Road
Hampstead Junction centre bore: fast lines 0m 52y 1867 open Mid Mid Kentish Town Finchley Road
Hampstead Junction up/north bore: slow lines 0m 76y 1899 1962? Mid Mid Kentish Town Finchley Road
Hampstead Road ≈0m 115y 1837 after 1915 L&Bm LNW London Euston Camden
Hamstead also called Handsworth Wood 0m 125y 1887 open LNW LNW Handsworth Road Hamstead
Handsworth see Darnall
Handsworth Wood see Hamstead
Harbord Street see Overbury Street
Harbour see Ramsgate Harbour
Harbury 0m 73y 1852 open GW GW Southam Road & Harbury Leamington Spa
Harecastle Middle 0m 180y 1848 1966 NS NS Kidsgrove Central Chatterley
Harecastle New see Kidsgrove
Harecastle North 0m 130y 1848 1966 NS NS Kidsgrove Central Chatterley
Harecastle South 1m 6y 1848 1966 NS NS Kidsgrove Central Chatterley
Harlesden 0m 147y 1915 open LNW LNW Willesden Junction Harlesden
Harmer Green see Welwyn North
Harrietsham 0.150km
(0m 164y)
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Harrogate also called Brunswick ≈0m 415y 1848 1862 Y&NM NE Hornbeam Park Harrogate Brunswick
Hartshill also called Newcastle East 0m 145y 1852 1966 NS NS Hartshill & Basford Newcastle-under-Lyme
Hartshill West see Newcastle
Hastings 0m 788y 1851 open SE SE St Leonards Warrior Square Hastings
Haslingden also called North Hag 0m 146y 1848 1966 ELancs L&Y Haslingden Helmshore
Hatch 0m 152y 1866 1964 B&E GW Thornfalcon Hatch
Hattersley No 1 0m 100y 1842 1930 SALM GC Hattersley Broadbottom
Hattersley No 2 0m 264y 1842 1930 SALM GC Hattersley Broadbottom
Haughhead see Barncluith
Haverstock Hill see Belsize
Haverthwaite East closed 1965; reopened 1973 by Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway 0m 87y 1869 open Fur Fur Haverthwaite Newby Bridge
Haverthwaite West 0m 165y 1869 open Fur Fur Greenodd Haverthwaite
Haw Bank 0m 220y 1888 open Mid Mid Skipton Embsay
Hawkhurst see Badger's Oak
Hawthorne Road see Walton-on-the-Hill No 3
Hawthorns also called Euroclydon or Puddlebrook;
built 1870s, rails lifted 1917
0m 636y line never opened GW GW Drybrook Mitcheldean Road
Haydock Colliery 0m 100y 1895 1965 LSHSL GC Ashton-in-Makerfield Haydock
Haydon Bridge original location 0m 44y 1838 2009 N&C NE Bardon Mill Haydon Bridge
Haydon Bridge new location to west 0m 65y 2009 open NR [NE] Bardon Mill Haydon Bridge
Hayfield also called New Mills (Hayfield) 0m 198y 1868 1970 MNMH Sh&MJ New Mills Central Birch Vale
Hay Hill see Bullo
Haymarket central compartment 0m 139y 1847 1993 BLCJ Birk Rock Ferry docks area
Haymarket east compartment 0m 139y by 1876 1993 Birk Birk Rock Ferry docks area
Haymarket west compartment 0m 179y by 1876 1993 Birk Birk Rock Ferry docks area
Haymarket (New) south bore 0m 1009y by 1908 open NB NB Haymarket Edinburgh Waverley
Haymarket (Old) north bore 0m 992y 1847 open E&G NB Haymarket Edinburgh Waverley
Hayne also called Hayne Wood 0m 94y 1847 1951 SE SE Sandling Hythe
Hayne Wood see Hayne
Haywards Heath also called Folly Hill 0m 249y 1841 open Mid L&Br Haywards Heath Wivelsfield
Headingley 0m 70y 1849 open L&T NE Burley Park Headingley
Headstone also called Monsal Head 0m 533y 1863 1968 Mid Mid Monsal Dale Great Longstone
Healey House 0m 30y 1868 1965 L&Y L&Y Healey House Meltham
Heath Hill also called Horsehay;
closed 1964; reopened 2015 by Telford Steam Railway
0m 59y 1857 open W&SJ GW Lawley Bank Horsehay
Heathfield 0m 265y 1880 1968 LBSC LBSC Mayfield Cross-in-Hand
Heathrow 4m 191y 1998 open BAA BAA Hayes & Harlington Heathrow
Heath Town see Wednesfield Heath
Heaton Lodge north bore 0m 84y 1899 open LNW LNW Bradley Battyeford
Heaton Lodge south bore 0m 80y 1899 1965 LNW LNW Bradley Battyeford
Heaton Park closed 1991; reopened 1992 by GMM 0m 713y 1879 open L&Y L&Y Bowker Vale Heaton Park
Heckmondwike Bridge Street see Heckmondwike North
Heckmondwike High Street see Heckmondwike South
Heckmondwike North also called Heckmondwike Bridge Street 0m 350y 1900 1990 LNW LNW Northorpe Higher Heckmondwike
Heckmondwike South also called Heckmondwike High Street 0m 51y 1900 1990 LNW LNW Heckmondwike Liversedge
Helm 0m 571y 1875 open Mid Mid Crosby Garrett Ormside
Hellaby see M18
Hemingfield 0m 44y 1896 open Mid Mid Elsecar Wombwell
Hendon see Burrough's
Heriothill also called Rodney Street 0m 179y 1842 1967 EL&N NB Scotland Street Trinity & Newhaven
Hermitage see Inver
Hetton 0m 80y 1836 1963 D&S NE Hetton Murton Junction
Heworth 0m 165y 1839 ≈1896 BJ NE Heworth Pelaw
Hibel Road also called Macclesfield 0m 343y 1849 open LNW LNW Prestbury Macclesfield Hibel Road
Highbury see Canonbury
Higher Leigham see Leigham
Highgate East north bore 0m 139y 1867 1970 GN GN Crouch End Highgate
Highgate East south bore 0m 139y 1867 1954 GN GN Crouch End Highgate
Highgate West north bore 0m 332y 1867 1970 GN GN Highgate East Finchley
Highgate West south bore 0m 332y 1867 1954 GN GN Highgate East Finchley
High Hat see St Lawrence
High Meads Loop Enclosure artificial tunnel 0m 406y Apr 2009 open NR [GE] Hackney Wick Temple Mills East Junction
High Street also called South Willingham or Willingham or Benniworth 0m 557y 1875 1958 L&Linc GN South Willingham & Hainton Donington-on-Bain
High Street see Bridgeman Street
High Street 0m 672y 1886 open GC&D NB Glasgow Queen Street Low Level High Street
High Tor No 1 closed 1968; reopened 1991 by Peak Rail 0m 321y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Matlock Bath Matlock
High Tor No 1a 0m 58y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Matlock Bath Matlock
High Tor No 2 0m 378y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Matlock Bath Matlock
Higham 0m 1531y 1845 open G&R SE Higham Strood
Higher Town see Highertown
Highertown also called Higher Town 0m 70y 1863 open Cwall GW Truro Chacewater
Hillfield (fast) see Newport
Hillfield (slow) see Newport
Hillfoot see Stanningley
Hillhead see Edlingham
Hillhead 0m 46y 1896 1964 Cal Cal At Botanic Gardens station
Hill Top see Swan Village
Hilton see Moncrieffe
Hinderton Field 0m 497y 1886 open Mer Mer Birkenhead Central Green Lane
Hindles 0m 32y 1865 open Mid Mid Calverley & Rodley Guiseley
Hindlow 0m 514y 1892 open LNW LNW Dowlow Hindlow
Hipperholme 0m 388y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Hipperholme Lightcliffe
Hockley No 1 closed 1972-1995 0m 136y 1854 open GW GW Birmingham Snow Hill Hockley
Hockley No 2 closed 1972-1995 0m 160y 1854 open GW GW Birmingham Snow Hill Hockley
Hoe Street also called Nags Head 0m 71y 1870 open GE GE Walthamstow Central Wood Street
Hog Hill see Crawleyside
Hog's Back see Chalk
Holcombe see Parson's
Holdenhurst Road twin compartment covered way 0m 49y 1885 open LSW LSW Bournemouth East branch Bournemouth Central
Hole Head see Parson's
Hollicombe see Livermead
Holliday Street also called Five Ways 0m 93y 1885 open Mid Mid Birmingham New Street Five Ways
Hollins Hill 0m 45y 1876 open Mid Mid Baildon Esholt
Holme 0m 265y 1841 open M&L L&Y Portsmouth Holme
Holms Grove constructed but abandoned when line was diverted before opening;
tunnel name assumed;
length as planned
0m 80y line never opened WRMU WRMU Sandsend Kettleness
Holt Lane closed 1968; reopened 1991 by Peak Rail 0m 126y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Matlock Bath Matlock
Holyhead Road 0m 57y 1863 1968 SS LNW Wednesbury Town Darlaston
Holytown 0m 453y 1834 ≈1855 W&Cn Cal Mossend Carnbroe Iron Works
Holywell see Evershot
Honeypot Hill see Kensal Green
Honiton 0m 1345y 1860 open LSW LSW Seaton Junction Honiton
Honley 0m 42y 1860 open L&Y L&Y Berry Brow Honley
Hook Norton also called Swerford Park 0m 418y 1887 1958 B&CDct GW Rollright Halt Hook Norton
Hooley Hill 0m 176y 1882 1968 LNW LNW Hooley Hill Denton
Hoppity 0m 37y 1900 open SE SE Tadworth Kingswood
Hopton also called Middleton Top 0m 113y 1830 1967 C&HP LNW Hopton Longcliffe
Horbury 0m 128y 1840 by 1903 M&L L&Y Horbury & Ossett Horbury Junction
Horbury Chord 0m 50y 1902 1991 L&Y L&Y Crigglestone Horbury
Horse Cove see Phillots
Horsehay see Heath Hill
Horsmonden 0m 86y 1892 1961 C&PW SE Paddock Wood Horsmonden
Horsfall 0m 274y 1841 open M&L L&Y Todmorden Eastwood
Horspath also called Littleworth or Wheatley 0m 520y 1864 1967 Wcmbe GW Wheatley Horspath
Hose see Clawson
Hotel Curve 0m 350y 1863 1976 GN/Met GN/Met Kings Cross Suburban Farringdon
Hotwells No 1 also called Portway No 1 0m 73y 1885 1965 BPRP CE Hotwells Hotwells Halt
Hotwells No 2 also called Portway No 2 0m 175y 1885 1965 BPRP CE Hotwells Hotwells Halt
Hove also called New England 0m 220y 1840 open L&Br LBSC Brighton Central Holland Road Halt
Huddersfield (New) also called Springwood South bore 0m 726y by 1890 open L&Y/LNW L&Y/LNW Huddersfield Longwood
Huddersfield (Old) north bore, also called Springwood;
originally ≈0m 1070y but partly opened out for junction
0m 713y 1849 open L&Y/LNW L&Y/LNW Huddersfield Longwood
Hunsbury Hill 0m 1152y 1881 open LNW LNW Roade Northampton
Hunting Butts closed 1976; reopened 2003 by Gloucester/Warwickshire Railway 0m 97y 1907 open GW GW Cheltenham Racecourse Cheltenham High Street
Hunton Bridge see Watford (New)
Hurst Green see Limpsfield
Huskisson also called Huskisson Canal 0m 99y 1880 1975 CLC CLC Walton On The Hill Huskisson
Huskisson Canal see Huskisson
Hutcheon Street also called Infirmary or Maberley Street 0m 280y 1867 open GNS GNS Schoolhill Hutcheon Street
Huthwaite see Thurgoland (Old)
Ilfracombe see Slade
Infirmary see Hutcheon Street
Ingarsby also called Thurnby or Square Spinney 0m 516y 1882 1964 GN GN Ingarsby Thurnby & Scraptoft
Ingleston see Cartsburn (Old)
Ingrow closed 1961; reopened 1968 by Keighley & Worth Valley Railway 0m 150y 1867 open K&WV Mid Ingrow Damems
Ingrow 0m 46y 1852 1956 GN GN Cullingworth Ingrow
Instow 0m 83y 1855 1984 BideE LSW Fremington Instow
Intersection 0m 135y 1912 open LNW LNW Stonebridge Park Wembley Central
Inver also called Dunkeld or Hermitage 0m 350y 1863 open I&PJ High Dunkeld Dalguise
Inverkeithing 0m 386y by 1908 open NB FB Dalmeny Inverkeithing
Inverkip (New) south bore: down line 0m 194y 1901 1967 Cal Cal Inverkip Wemyss Bay
Inverkip (Old) north bore: up line 0m 187y 1865 open G&WB Cal Inverkip Wemyss Bay
Inverkip Road 0m 42y 1869 1991 G&A G&SW Greenock Lynedoch Greenock Princes Pier
Inverted Arch No 43A see Doe Park No 2
Inverted Arch No 43B see Doe Park No 3
Ipswich also called Stoke Hill 0m 361y 1850 open GE GE Bentley Ipswich
Islip Street (centre bore) fast lines 0m 51y 1867 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Islip Street (east bore) slow lines 0m 60y 1867 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Islip Street (west bore) goods lines 0m 48y 1916 open Mid Mid Camden Road Kentish Town
Jack Steele 0m 66y by 1962 open Fairbourne Fairbourne Estuary Halt Barmouth Ferry
Jubilee Street see Sutton Harbour
Katherine Street also called St Catherine's 0m 87y 1846 1965 ASLJ L&Y Ashton-under-Lyne Stalybridge
Keele 0m 321y 1870 1999? NS NS Keele Madeley Road
Keighley Goods also called Parkwood Street 0m 118y 1884 1961 GN GN Ingrow Keighley goods branch
Keldhowe Point constructed but abandoned when line was diverted before opening;
tunnel name assumed
0m 151y line never opened WRMU WRMU Sandsend Kettleness
Kelmarsh (New) east bore: up line 0m 520y 1879 1984 LNW LNW Lamport Kelmarsh
Kelmarsh (Old) west bore: down line 0m 520y 1859 1984 LNW LNW Lamport Kelmarsh
Kelvindale 0m 232y 1896 1920 Cal Cal Dawsholm Temple Gasworks branch
Kelvingrove 0m 942y 1896 1964 Cal Cal Stobcross Kelvin Bridge
Kelvinhaugh original tunnel 0m 755y 1896 1978 L&D Cal Stobcross Partick Central
Kelvinhaugh tunnel diverted and extended 0m 968y 1978? open BR [Cal]/BR Stobcross Partick Central
Kelvinside 0m 220y 1896 1964 L&D Cal Kelvinside Crow Road
Kemble 0m 409y 1841 open C&GWU GW Oaksey Halt Kemble
Kemp Town 0m 1024y 1869 1971 LBSC LBSC Lewes Road Kemp Town
Kennaway also called Dawlish or Lea Mount 0m 209y 1846 open SDev GW Dawlish Teignmouth
Kensal Green (New) north bore 0m 320y 1851 open LNW LNW Queens Park Willesden
Kensal Green (Old) also called Honeypot Hill;
south bore
0m 320y 1837 open L&Bm LNW Queens Park Willesden
Kensal Green (Suburban) north bore: up line 0m 318y 1915 open LNW LNW Kensal Green Willesden
Kensal Green (Suburban) south bore: down line 0m 318y 1915 open LNW LNW Kensal Green Willesden
Kentish Town (centre bore) fast lines 0m 51y 1867 open Mid Mid Kentish Town Haverstock Hill
Kentish Town (east bore) slow lines 0m 58y 1867 open Mid Mid Kentish Town Haverstock Hill
Kentish Town (west bore) goods lines 0m 51y 1916 open Mid Mid Kentish Town Haverstock Hill
Kenyon 0m 34y 1830 open L&M LNW Kenyon Junction Parkside
Keswick Big see Brigham Forge
Keswick Little see Wescoe
Kettleness 0m 308y 1883 1958 WRMU NE Sandsend Kettlenesss
Kidbrooke 0m 437y 1895 open Bexhth SE Blackheath Kidbrooke
Kidsgrove also called Harecastle New 0m 243y ≈1965 open BR BR Kidsgrove Central Longport
Kidsgrove see Birchenwood
Kilburn 0m 90y 1977 1999 BR [Mid] Coxbench Kilburn
Killiecrankie 0m 240y 1863 open I&PJ High Pitlochry Killiecrankie
Killurin 0m 89y 1872 open DW&W DSE Killurin Wexford
Kilnknowe see Torwoodlee
Kilpatrick 0m 133y 1849 1961 C&B CBSC Upton Bandon
Kilsby 1m 662y 1838 open L&Bm LNW Welton Rugby
Kimberley see Watnall
Kinbuck see Ashfield
Kinghorn also called Pettycur or Cryin' Hill 0m 235y 1847 open E&N NB Burntisland Kinghorn
Kings Cross Midland tunnel joined to existing Metropolitan tunnel 0m 1457y 1868 open Mid Mid Kings Cross Kentish Town
0m 1694y 1868 open Mid/Met Mid/Met Kings Cross Thameslink Kentish Town
Kings Cross Approach 0m 73y 1868 open Mid Mid Kings Cross Thameslink Kentish Town
Kingsland main line east-west 0m 113y 1850 open EWBJ NL Hackney Central Mildmay Park
Kingsland High Street original lines, now included within Dalston Lane Covered Way 0m 96y 1865 1969 NL NL Dalston Junction Mildmay Park
Kingsland High Street fourth line 0m 115y 1868 1969 NL NL Dalston Junction Mildmay Park
King's Road see Devonport Park
Kingston 0m 107y 1846 open BL&H LBSC Falmer Lewes
King Street see North Shields West
Kingswood also called Tadworth 0m 310y 1900 open SE SE Tadworth Kingswood
Kingswood also called Murthly 0m 330y 1856 open High High Murthly Dunkeld
Kippenross also called Dunblane 0m 610y 1848 open SCen Cal Bridge-of-Allan Dunblane
Kirkby 0m 198y 1848 open Mid Mid Kirkby-in-Ashfield Annesley
Kirkdale (New) No 1 east bore 0m 497y 1910 by 1970 L&Y L&Y Kirkdale Walton Junction
Kirkdale (New) No 2 east bore 0m 210y 1910 by 1970 L&Y L&Y Kirkdale Walton Junction
Kirkdale (Old) No 1 west bore 0m 497y 1848 open L&Y/ELancs L&Y Kirkdale Walton Junction
Kirkdale (Old) No 2 west bore 0m 210y 1848 open L&Y/ELancs L&Y Kirkdale Walton Junction
note: Kirkdale (Old) was originally a single tunnel at 1149y long which was partly opened out into parts No 1 & No 2
Kirkhill 0m 272y 1904 open L&D Cal Kirkhill Newton
Kirkettle covered way, now removed;
also called Rosslyn Castle or Tin Tunnel
0m 248y 1872 1967 Pcuik Cal Kirkhill Newton
Kirklee see Botanic Gardens
Kirton 0m 1333y 1849 open MS&L GC Kirton Lindsay Scawby & Hibaldstowe
Kitsonwood 0m 290y 1849 open L&Y L&Y Stansfield Hall Cornholme
Knackershole see Nightcote
Knaresborough 0m 178y 1851 open Y&NM NE Knaresborough Goldsborough
Knighton 0m 104y 1840 open Mid Co Mid Wigston South Leicester
Knighton Goods 0m 106y 1893 1986 Mid Mid Wigston South Leicester
Knight's Hill also called Tulse Hill 0m 331y 1868 open LBSC LBSC North Dulwich Tulse Hill
Knightswood 0m 270y 1886 open GC&D NB Anniesland Westerton
Knockholt see Chelsfield
Knowlerhill see Littletown
Knowlesands closed 1963; reopened 1970 by Severn Valley Railway 0m 44y 1862 open SevV GW Eardington Bridgnorth
Ladhope closed 1969; reopened 2015 by NR 0m 60y 1849 open NB NB Bowland Galashiels
Laigh Hill 0m 31y 1848 1970s SCen Cal Dunblane Kinbuck
Lambton Coal Drops see Deptford
Lancost see Landcross
Landcross also called Lancost 0m 196y 1872 1982 LSW LSW Bideford Torrington
Lasswade see Broomieknowe
Lazonby 0m 99y 1875 open Mid Mid Little Salkeld Lazonby & Kirkoswald
Lea see Mitcheldean
Lea Wood 0m 315y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Whatstandwell Cromford
Leachabhuidh No77 0m 88y 1901 open WHE NB Glenfinnan Lochailort
Leachabhuidh No78 0m 66y 1901 open WHE NB Glenfinnan Lochailort
Leacon Lane 0.120km
(0m 131y)
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Lea Mount see Kennaway
Ledbury 0m 1323y 1861 open WMid GW Ledbury Colwall
Lee see Blackheath
Lee Bank 0m 267y 1874 1960 H&O H&O Halifax North Bridge Ovenden
Lee Bere see Leigh Bere
Leek 0m 472y 1849 1965 NS NS Leek Rudyard Lake
Leek Brook see Cheddleton
Lees Moor 0m 1533y 1884 1956 GN GN Cullingworth Ingrow
Leigham also called Higher Leigham or Leigham Vale 0m 302y 1868 open LBSC LBSC Tulse Hill Streatham
Leigham Court also called Streatham Hill 0m 443y 1856 open WLCP LBSC Tulse Hill Streatham Hill
Leigham Vale see Leigham
Leigh Beer also called Shaugh or Shaugh Prior or Lee Bere 0m 307y 1859 1966 SD&T GW Shaugh Bridge Yelverton
Leith Walk 0m 42y 1868 open NB NB Easter Road Leith Walk
Lesmahagow 0m 77y 1905 1968 Cal Cal Blackwood Lesmahagow
Levenshulme 0m 48y 1892 1988 MCS GC Fallowfield Levenshulme South
Lever Street see Bolton
Lewes 0m 395y 1847 open LBSC LBSC Cooksbridge Lewes
Leytonstone also called Whipps Cross;
cut back to 0m 49y
0m 108y 1856 open EC GE Leytonstone Snaresbrook
Lightcliffe also called Bolton Hill 0m 70y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Lightcliffe Wyke & Norwood Green
Lime Street also called Edge Hill or The Great Tunnel;
original length: cut back 1885 to 0m 172y
1m 460y 1901 open WHE LNW Tunnels left at Copperas Hill, Russell Street, Lime Street, Mount Pleasant, Crown Street, Smithdown Lane and Overbury Street
Lime Street No 1 up slow line only 0m 83y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Lime Street No 2 up slow line only 0m 67y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Limpsfield also called Hurst Green 0m 556y 1884 open C&OJ C&OJ Oxted Hurst Green
Lindal also called Crooklands;
cut back to 0m 412y in 2011
0m 439y 1851 open Fur Fur Lindal Dalton
Linslade (First New) east bore: slow line 0m 272y 1859 open LNW LNW Leighton Buzzard Bletchley
Linslade (Old) centre bore: mixed 0m 272y 1838 open L&Bm LNW Leighton Buzzard Bletchley
Linslade (Second New) west bore: fast line 0m 272y 1876 open LNW LNW Leighton Buzzard Bletchley
Lion's Holt see Blackboy
Lisburn Road 0m 107y 1874 open BCen BCen Belfast Windsor Belfast Botanic
Lismore Circus north bore: fast lines 0m 114y 1867 open Mid Mid Kentish Town West Hampstead
Lismore Circus south bore: slow lines 0m 109y 1867 open Mid Mid Kentish Town West Hampstead
Lisummon 0m 1759y 1864 1957 N&A GNI Goraghwood Ballydogherty Halt
Litchfield 0m 198y 1840 open LSW LSW Basingstoke Micheldever
Little see Wescoe
Little Browns No.1 see Edenbridge No.1
Little Browns No.2 see Edenbridge No.2
Littlebury 0m 407y 1845 open EC GE Audley End Great Chesterford
Littletown also called Knowler Hill or Liversedge 0m 79y 1848 1965 L&Y L&Y Liversedge Cleckheaton
Littleworth see Horspath
Litton 0m 516y 1863 1968 Mid Mid Miller's Dale Monsal Dale
Livermead also called Torquay or Breakneck or Hollicombe 0m 133y 1859 1910 D&T GW Torquay Paignton
Liverpool Central see Great George Street
Liverpool Independent Lines see Crewe Coal Yard Junction
Liverpool Road see Ditton
Liverpool Street 0m 67y 1988 open BR BR Salford Crescent Deansgate
Liversedge see Littletown
Llanberis see Cwm-y-Glo
Llandderfel 0m 159y 1868 1964 C&Bala GW Llandderfel Bala Junction
Llandegai 0m 505y 1848 open C&H LNW Aber Bangor
Llangammarch 0m 56y 1867 open CWalE LNW Llangammarch Garth
Llangollen Road see Whitehurst
Llangyfelach 1m 192y 1912 open GW GW Langyfelach Felinfran
Llangynllo also called Llangunllo or Llyncoch 0m 674y 1864 open CWales LNW Llangunllo Knighton
Llanrwst 0m 85y 1868 open LNW LNW North Llanrwst Llanrwst
Llantarnam see Llantarnam Road
Llantarnam Road also called Llantarnam or Malpas;
originally up to 180y; cut back pre-1882
0m 41y 1852 1963 NS&C GW Marshes Turnpike Gate Llantarnam
Llyncoch see Llangynllo
LNWR see Chapel
Loanhead 0m 43y 1847 1989 EL&R NB Loanhead Roslin
Lochailort 0m 176y 1901 open WHE NB Lochailort Beasdale
Lochburn also called Possil Park;
aqueduct with twin compartments
0m 30y 1858 open GD&H NB Lochburn Possilpark
Loch Lomondside see Creag-an-Ardain
Loch nan Uamh No 116 0m 66y 1901 open WHE NB Lochailort Beasdale
Loch nan Uamh No 117 0m 99y 1901 open WHE NB Lochailort Beasdale
Loch Oich also called Aberchalder or Oich 0m 67y 1903 1946 I&FA NB Invergarry Aberchalder
Loch Treig see Fersit
Lockleys Hill see Welwyn South
Lockwood also called Yew Green 0m 205y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Huddersfield Lockwood
Lodge Hill see Wingfield
London Road also called Maidstone 0m 53y 1856 open SE SE Maidstone Barracks Maidstone West
London Road also called Parkhead 0m 1312y 1897 1964 Cal Cal Bridgeton Cross Parkhead
London Road 0m 44y 1837 open N&C NE Carlisle Citadel Scotby
London 1 [west] down line 7.516km
(4m 1180y)
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London 1 [west] up line 7.538km
(4m 1204y)
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London 2 [east] twin bores 10.120km
(6m 507y)
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Long see Bray Head No 4
Long Arch Bridge see Ashey Down
Long Arch Bridge also called The Long Arch or Midford 0m 37y 1874 1966 S&D S&DJ Bath Green Park Midford
Longdown see Perridge
Longland 0m 101y 1840 1931 NMid Mid Belper Ambergate
Longlands Diveunder 0m 56y 1933 open LNER LNER Northallerton station loop line
Longridge also called Stone Bridge 0m 43y 1847 1967 P&L FPWR Grimsargh Longridge
Lonlas also called Peniel Green 0m 924y 1912 open GW GW Felinfran Llandarcy
Lord's triple bores: east bore now combined with St John's Wood formerly 0m 236y 1899 open GC GC Marylebone Harrow-On-The-Hill
middle bore 0m 236y never opened
west bore 0m 236y never opened
Lordsfield Avenue see Turner Lane
Loughgilly 0m 365y 1864 1957 N&A GNI Ballydogherty Halt Glenanne
Lower Ince 0m 65y 1884 1969 WigJ GC Hindley South Lower Ince
Lower Redbrook see Redbrook No 1
Lower Park Street 0m 127y 1837 open L&Bm LNW Euston Camden
Low Moor see Oakenshaw
Loxley see Bromshall
Lucas Street see Tanners Hill
Ludlow 0m 134y 1853 open S&H GW Ludlow Woofferton
Lumphinnans 0m 62y 1848 1966 E&N NB Cowdenbeath Old Lochgelly
Luxulyan also called Bridges 0m 52y 1874 open CwMin GW St Blazey Luxulyan
Lydbrook also called Coppet Hill or Bicknor 0m 630y 1873 1965 R&M R&M Lydbrook Junction Kerne Bridge
Lydden also called Shepherds Well 1m 609y 1859 open LCD LCD Shepherds Well Stonehall & Lydden Halt
Lydgate also called Grotton or Greenfield 0m 1331y 1856 1964 LNW LNW Grotton & Springhead Grasscroft
Lyndhurst Road twin bores 0m 66y 1888 open LSW LSW Hinton Admiral Christchurch
Lynedoch Street 0m 41y 1869 1991 G&A G&SW Greenock Princes Pier Greenock Lynedoch
Lynedoch Street Goods 0m 50y 1869 1966 G&A G&SW Greenock Princes Pier Lynedoch Goods
Lywood 0m 215y 1883 1963 LBSC LBSC Horsted Keynes Ardingley
M18 also called Hellaby;
temporary structure during M18 consruction
≈0m 100y 1966 1966 BR [RM&L] North of Hellaby goods branch
Maberley see Hutcheon Street
Macclesfield see Hibel Road
Madeira Park see Grove
Maenclochog see Castle
Maesteg see Cymmer
Maiden Lane see Gasworks
Maiden Lane Curve possibly never used 0m 244y ≈1863 ? Met Met Kings Cross York Road Kings Cross St Pancras
Maidstone see London Road
Maldon West 0m 66y 1889 1959 GE GE Maldon West Barons Lane Halt
Malmesbury 0m 105y 1877 1962 Malm GW Great Somerford Malmesbury
Malpas see Llantarnam Road
Manchester Docks east bore: down line 0m 46y 1895 after 1955 LNW LNW Eccles Manchester Docks
Manchester Docks west bore: up line 0m 46y 1895 after 1955 LNW LNW Eccles Manchester Docks
Manchester Independent Lines see Crewe Sydney Bridge Junction
Manchester Road 0m 312y 1876 1972 GN GN Laisterdyke Horton Park
Manchester Road closed 1991; reopened 1992 by GMM 0m 65y 1898 open L&Y L&Y Radcliffe New Broadfield
Manifold see Swainsley
Mansfield Road 0m 1189y 1898 1968 GC GC Nottingham Victoria Carrington
Mansfield Road 0m 121y 1901 1955 Mid Mid Clay Cross Bond's Main Branch
Manton 0m 749y 1848 open Mid Mid Manton Oakham
Mapperley 0m 1132y 1875 1960 GN GN Daybrook Gedling & Carlton
Mark Beech also called Cowden 0m 1341y 1888 open LBSC LBSC Hever Cowden
Marlborough also called Savernake 0m 648y 1898 1964 Marl&G MSW Marlborough Low Level Savernake High Level
Marley (New) south bore: down line 0m 869y 1893 open GW GW Totnes Brent
Marley (Old) north bore: up line 0m 869y 1848 open SDev GW Totnes Brent
Marple No 1 also called Marple North 0m 197y 1865 open MNMH Sh&MJ Compstall Marple
Marple No 2 also called Marple South 0m 224y 1865 open MNMH Sh&MJ Marple Strines
Marple North see Marple No 1
Marple South see Marple No 2
Marsden & Diggle see Standedge New
Marsh Lane see Richmond Hill
Marsh Lane Station also called New Strand 0m 49y 1885 1968 Mid Mid Alexandra Docks branch
Marteg 0m 372y 1864 1962 MWales GW Marteg St Harmons
Martello also called Folkestone Warren 0m 533y 1844 open SE SE Folkestone East Folkestone Warren Halt
Matlock closed 1968; reopened 1991 by Peak Rail 0m 33y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Matlock Bath Matlock
Maudlands see Deepdale No 1
Mayfield 0m 91y 1880 1965 LBSC LBSC Rotherfield Mayfield
Maypool see Greenway
Maze Hill see Greenwich College
Meadowbank see St Margaret's (Edinburgh)
Meir 0m 814y 1848 open NS NS Meir Normacot
Melling 0m 1230y 1867 open F&MJ F&MJ Wennington Melling
Merkland Street 0m 153y 1896 1978 L&D Cal Partick Central Partick West
Merley ≈0m 36y 1847 1977 Stn&D LSW Wimbourne Broadstone
Mersey basic tunnel 1m 350y 1886 open Mersey Mersey James Street Birkenhead Central
including loop line and extension 4m 462y 1888 open Mersey Mersey Hamilton Square Birkenhead Park
1892 open Mersey Mersey James Street Liverpool Central Low Level
1978 open BR BR Liverpool Deep Level Loop
Mersham 0m 174y 1843 open SE SE Ashford Smeeth
Mersham 0.160km
(0m 175y)
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Merstham New see Quarry
Merstham Old built 1841 by L&Br, sold 1844 to SE, joint use to 1899 1m 71y 1841 open L&BR SE Coulsdon South Merstham
Merthyr also called Abernant or Abercanaid 1m 737y 1853 1962 VoN GW Abernant Merthyr Tydfil
MGW Docks Branch west bore: up line 0m 33y 1877 open GS&W GS&W Islandbridge Junction Glasnevin Junction
MGW Docks Branch east bore: down line 0m 33y 1877 open GS&W GS&W Islandbridge Junction Glasnevin Junction
Mickleham also called Norbury or Box Hill 0m 524y 1867 open LBSC LBSC Leatherhead Boxhill & Burford Bridge
Mickleover closed 1968; reused as test track until 1971 0m 464y 1878 1971 GN GN Mickleover Derby Friargate
Mickleton see Campden
Middle Hill 0m 198y 1841 open GW GW Box Box (Mill Lane) Halt
Middleton Railway M621 tunnel 0m 87y 1972 open Middleton Middleton Moor Road Park Halt
Middleton Top see Hopton
Middlewood 0m 53y 1857 open SDWB LNW Middlewood Disley
Midford see Long Arch Bridge
Midhurst 0m 276y 1866 1964 LBSC LBSC Selham Midhurst
Midway 0m 104y 1880 1966 Mid Mid Swadlincote Woodville
Mierystock 0m 242y 1874 1956 SWSB GW&Mid Upper Lydbrook Speech House Road
Miley see Deepdale No 1
Milford see Chevin
Mill Hill 0m 208y 1862 1966 C&N IoWC Mill Hill Cowes
Mill Of Ash see Ashfield
Millwood 0m 225y 1841 open M&L L&Y Todmorden Eastwood
Mitcheldean also called Lea or Boxbush 0m 782y 1855 1965 HR&G GW Longhope Mitcheldean Road
Mitre 0m 48y 1844 open GW GW Old Oak Common West London line
Moel Llys 0m 154y 1848 open C&H LNW Penmaenmawr Llanfairfechan
Moelwyn also called New Moelwyn 0m 294y 1977 open FestR FestR Dduallt Llyn Ystradau
Moelwyn (Old) 0m 730y 1842 1946 Fest Fest Dduallt Moelwen
Molewood 0m 364y 1918 open GN GN Hertford North Stapleford
Moncrieffe also called Hilton 0m 1220y 1848 open SCen Cal Forgandenny Perth
Monks Ferry original length; cut back to 0m 371y ≈0m 477y 1844 1966 C&Bhd Birk Rock Ferry Birkenhead Monks Ferry
Monmouth 0m 148y 1857 1964 CMUP GW Dingestowe Monmouth Troy
Monsal Head see Headstone
Montpelier 0m 288y 1874 open CE CE Fishponds Montpelier
Monument Lane see New Street North
Moorcock 0m 98y 1875 open Mid Mid Garsdale Kirkby Stephen
Moorcroft see Morcott
Moorgate 2m 572y 1904 open GN&C GN&C Moorgate Drayton Park
Moor Lane see Bullfield
Moore Vale 0m 56y 1854 1965 N&E GNI Newry Edward Street Goraghwood
Morcott also called Moorcroft 0m 448y 1851 1966 LNW LNW Seaton Morcott
Morfor see Aberdovey No 2
Morlais 0m 1037y 1912 open LNW LNW Pontsarn Pantysgallog Low Level
Morley 0m 238y 1878 1968 GN GN West Hallam Breadsall
Morley 1m 1609y 1848 open LNW LNW Morley Batley
Moseley 0m 155y 1840 open Mid Mid Kings Heath Moseley
Moseley Green 0m 503y 1872 1951 S&Wye GW&Mid Lydney Town Forest of Dean mineral loop
Mosesfield also called Balornock 0m 88y 1894 1965 Cal Cal Springburn Park Robroyston
Mossdale Head 0m 245y 1878 1959 Mid Mid Garsdale Hawes
Mossgiel 0m 684y 1846 open GPKA G&SW Kilmarnock Auchinleck
Moss Hill see Brymbo
Motherwell 0m 46y 1849 by 1895 Cal Cal Motherwell Flemington
Mount Elliot 0m 748y 1887 1963 DW&W DSE Rathgarogue New Ross
Mount Pleasant 0m 143y 1851 open SE SE Hastings Ore
Mount Pleasant (New) main bore;
formerly 0m 134y
0m 366y 1860s open LNW LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Mount Pleasant (Old) north bore: up slow line;
formerly 0m 134y
0m 366y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Mount Pleasant 0m 123y 1862 1970 SevV GW Bewdley Burlish
Mount Street 0m 121y 1849 open SE SE Charlton Woolwich Dockyard
Mountfield 0m 526y 1852 open SE SE Robertsbridge Mountfield
Murdercombe originally 2' gauge, enlarged ≈1943 0m 55y ≈1943 open ARC [GW] Frome Whatley Quarry branch
Murthly see Kingswood
Mutley length includes 134y of car park above track 0m 317y 1849 open SDev GW Lipson Vale Mutley
Mymms see Potters Bar
Mythe see Tewkesbury
Mytholmes also called Oakworth;
closed 1961; reopened 1968 by Keighley & Worth Valley Railway
0m 75y 1892 open K&WV Mid Oakworth Haworth
Nags Head see Hoe Street
Narberth 0m 273y 1866 open P&T GW Narberth Templeton
Navigation Hill see Nunnery No2
Neasden Depot northbound diveunder 0m 129y 1882 open Met LT Neasden Depot Wembley Park
Neidpath also called Castle Hill or Cademuir Hill 0m 601y 1864 1954 Cal Cal Peebles Lyne
Netherton 0m 333y 1868 1965 L&Y L&Y Lockwood Netherton
New Brompton see Gillingham
Newcastle also called Hartshill West or Newcastle West 0m 577y 1852 1966 NS NS Hartshill & Basford Newcastle-under-Lyme
Newcastle East see Hartshill
Newcastle West see Newcastle
Newchurch No 1 0m 162y 1852 1956 ELancs L&Y Waterfoot Stacksteads
Newchurch No 2 0m 290y 1852 1956 ELancs L&Y Waterfoot Stacksteads
New Clydach see Gelli Felin
New England see Hove
New Furnace also called New Works 0m 69y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Wyke & Norwood Green Low Moor
Newhaven 0m 51y 1830 1967 CH&P LNW Friden Parsley Hay
Newland 0m 278y 1883 1916 Cfrd GW Newland Coleford
Newline see Britannia
Newmarket see Warren Hill
New Mills 0m 123y 1866 open Mid Mid New Mills Central Buxworth
New Mills (Hayfield) see Hayfield
New Moelwyn see Moelwyn
Newnham 0m 235y 1851 open SWal GW Newnham Awre Junction
Newport (New) west bore: main lines;
also called Hillfield
0m 762y after 1900 open SWal GW Newport Marshfield
Newport (Old) east bore: relief lines;
also called Hillfield
0m 742y 1850 open SWal GW Newport Marshfield
Newport also called Snooks Hill 0m 83y 1875 1966 R&N IoWC Wootton Newport
Newport original line 0m 133y 1894 1896 MGW MGW Westport Newport
Newport diversion line 0m 88y 1896 1937 MGW MGW Westport Newport
New Pudsey 0m 52y 1854 open LBHJ GN New Pudsey Laisterdyke
Newquay Harbour 0m 85y 1849 1926 Newquay GW Newquay Harbour branch
New Strand see Marsh Lane Station
New Street North also called Monument Lane;
formerly 760y
0m 931y 1852 open LNW LNW Birmingham New Street Monument Lane
New Street South (New) south bore;
formerly 266y
0m 370y 1896 open Mid LNW/Mid Adderley Park Birmingham New Street
New Street South (Old) also called Worcester Street;
north bore;
formerly 254y
0m 305y 1854 open LNW LNW/Mid Adderley Park Birmingham New Street
Newton Street also known as Greenock 1m 351y 1889 open Cal Cal Greenock West Fort Matilda
Newtown also called Albion Road 0m 90y 1902 open Mid Mid Buxworth Hazel Grove
New Walk original length;
cut back to 0m 28y in 1892
0m 53y 1840 open MidC Mid Welford Road Leicester
New Works see New Furnace
Nightcote also called Nightcott or Knackershole 0m 44y 1873 1966 Dev&S GW Dulverton East Anstey
Norbury see Mickleham
Northallerton 0m 48y 1852 open LN NE Northallerton Low Northallerton Town
Northchurch (Old) west bore: fast lines 0m 349y 1837 open L&Bm LNW Berkhamsted Tring
Northchurch (First New) first east bore: slow line 0m 349y 1859 open LNW LNW Berkhamsted Tring
Northchurch (Second New) second east bore: slow line 0m 349y 1876 open LNW LNW Berkhamsted Tring
North Bridge see Old Lane
North Downs also called Bluebell Hill 3.199km
(1m 1738y)
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North Enfield see Hadley Wood North
Northgate Street (New) north bore: up line 0m 104y 1904 open LNW LNW/GWJt Chester Saltney
Northgate Street (Old) south bore: down line 0m 104y 1846 open S&C LNW/GWJt Chester Saltney
North Hag see Haslingden
North Leith see Coburg Street
North Queensferry 0m 569y 1890 open FB FB Inverkeithing North Queensferry (Forth Bridge)
North Shields original length;
closed 1980; reopened 1982 by TWM;
partially opened out into three sections;
Middle also called Church Street;
West also called King Street
0m 786y 1839 1980 N&Bwk NE North Shields Tynemouth
North Shields East 0m 429y 1982 open TWM TWM North Shields Tynemouth
North Shields Middle 0m 38y 1982 open TWM TWM North Shields Tynemouth
North Shields West 0m 93y 1982 open TWM TWM North Shields Tynemouth
North Stoke 0m 83y 1863 open LBSC LBSC Amberley Arundel
North Street see Audenshaw Road (Old)
Norwood End 0m 300y 1878 1961 Mid Mid Killamarsh West Kiveton Park branch
Nottage 0m 63y 1861 1966 LlviV GW Nottage Halt Porthcawl
Nunnery see Cricket Inn
Nunnery No 1 also called Woodbourne 0m 106y 1903 1965 LNW LNW Darnall City Goods branch
Nunnery No 2 also called Navigation Hill 0m 335y 1903 1965 LNW LNW Darnall City Goods branch
Nutfield see Bletchingley
Nuttall closed 1980; reopened 1987 by East Lancashire Railway 0m 115y 1846 open ELancs L&Y Summerseat Ramsbottom
Oakamoor 0m 488y 1849 1965 NS NS Kingsley & Froghall Oakamoor
Oakengates 0m 471y 1849 open S&Bm GW Oakengates Telford Central
Oakenshaw also called Low Moor 0m 67y 1848 1965 L&Y L&Y Low Moor Cleckheaton
Oakleigh Park see Barnet
Oakworth see Mytholmes
Oatlands ≈0m 55y 1882 1938 C&WJ C&WJ Distington Oatlands
Obelisk Hill 0m 25y 1854 open D&W DSE Dalkey Killiney
Ocker Hill 0m 88y 1863 1981 SS LNW Ocker Hill Tipton
Oich see Loch Oich
Old Blackrock Road 0m 26y 1851 1961 CBSC CBSC Cork Albert Quay Waterfall
Oldham original length;
also called Sheepwashers Lane or Park Road;
cut back to 0m 59y
0m 152y 1861 1967 OAGB OAGB Oldham Clegg Street Park Bridge
Old Hill also called Blackheath or Rowley 0m 896y 1867 open Stour GW Old Hill Rowley Regis
Old Lane also called Woodside or North Bridge 0m 402y 1874 1960 H&O H&O Halifax North Bridge Oxenden
Old Macclesfield Road 0m 24y 1831 1954 C&HP C&HP (LNW) Ladmanlow Bunsall
Old Parks see Ashby de la Zouch
Old Trafford 0m 142y 1849 open MSJA MSJA Deansgate Old Trafford
Old Warden see Warden
Old Woodhouselee see Firth
Olive Mount closed 1987; reopened 2009 by NR 0m 147y 1883 open LNW LNW Edge Lane Broad Green
Orangefield also called Wellington Street 0m 144y 1869 1991 G&A G&SW Greenock Princes Pier Greenock Lynedoch
Ore 0m 1397y 1851 open SE SE Ore Three Oaks
Oriel Road 0m 288y 1880 open LNW LNW Spellow Bootle Balliol Road
Ossett No.1 see Chickenley Heath No.1
Ossett No.2 see Chickenley Heath No.2
Otley 0m 89ch 1865 1965 NE NE Otley Pool
Otley & Bradford Road see Bradford
Ovalgate Cliff constructed but abandoned when line was diverted before opening;
tunnel name assumed;
length as planned
0m 40y line never opened WRMU WRMU Sandsend Kettleness
Overbury Street also called Overton Street or Harbord Street 0m 144y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Overton Street see Overbury Street
Oxenden (New) east bore: up line;
also called Great Oxenden
0m 453y 1879 1984 LNW LNW Clipstone & Oxenden Market Harborough
Oxenden (Old) west bore: down line;
also called Great Oxenden
0m 462y 1859 1984 LNW LNW Clipstone & Oxenden Market Harborough
Oxspring (New) west bore: up line 0m 558y 1879 1984 MS&L GC Penistone Silkstone
Oxspring (old) east bore: down line 0m 558y 1854 open MS&L GC Penistone Silkstone
Oxted also called Godstone or Woldingham 1m 501y 1884 open CO&EG CO&EG Woldingham Oxted
Padarn see Cwm-y-Glo
Paddington Canal Aqueduct 0m 43y 1844 1860 WL WL West London junction with Great Western West London junction with London & Birmingham
Paddock cut back pre-1854;
originally ≈0m 800y
0m 43y 1849 ≈1966 LNW LNW Huddersfield Longwood
Padley see Totley
Parkhead see London Road
Park Hill closed 1963; reopened 2000 by CT 0m 122y 1885 open WSC WSC Bingham Road Coombe Road
Park Lane ≈0m 220y 2002 open TWM TWM Sunderland Park Lane
Park Lane Goods North see Wapping Goods North
Park Lane Goods South see Wapping Goods South
Park Road see Oldham
Park Street tunnel extended: originally 0m 143y 0m 215y 1849 open SS LNW Walsall Birchills
Park Street see Upper Park Street and Lower Park Street
Parkwood Street see Keighley Goods
Parson's also called Parson's Rock or Holcombe or Hole Head or Smugglers 0m 512y 1948 open GW GW Dawlish Teignmouth
Parson's Rock see Parson's
Parson's Rockfall Shelter 0m 228y 2021 planned NR [GW] Dawlish Teignmouth
Passage No 1 0m 157y 1902 1932 CB&P CB&P Passage Glenbrook
Passage No 2 0m 361y 1902 1932 CB&P CB&P Passage Glenbrook
Patcham also called Clause 0m 492y 1841 open L&Br LBSC Hassocks Preston Park
Patchway New (Up) 1m 0y 1886 open GW GW Patchway Pilning
Patchway Old (Down) also called Almondsbury or Cattybrook 0m 1246y 1863 open BSWU GW Patchway Pilning
Patchway Short 0m 62y 1863 open BSWU GW Patchway Pilning
Paxton also called Upper Norwood or Crystal Palace or Sydenham or Rockhills 0m 439y 1865 1954 CPSLJ LCD Upper Sydenham Crystal Palace High Level
Peak see Ravenscar
Peak Forest Junction 0m 29y 1866 open Mid Mid Peak Forest Buxton
Peascliffe 0m 968y 1852 open GN GN Grantham Barkston
Peebles see Eshiels
Pelena see Gyfylchi
Pemberton 0m 40y 1848 open L&Y L&Y Pemberton Orrell
Pembroke Dock also called Golden Hill or Pembroke 0m 460y 1864 open P&T GW Golden Hill Pembroke Dock
Penar also called Pentwynmawr 0m 239y 1912 1989 GW GW Risca Penar Junction
Pencader also called Allt Walis or Dolgran 0m 988y 1864 1973 C&Car GW Llanpumpsaint Pencader
Pencaedrain 0m 526y 1851 1967 VoN GW Pontwalby Rhigos
Penclip see Penmaenmawr
Pendlebury Fast also called Bolton Road 0m 202y 1887 1965 L&Y L&Y Swinton Pendlebury
Pendlebury Slow also called Bolton Road 0m 199y 1889 open L&Y L&Y Swinton Pendlebury
Pendleton Down 0m 41y 1889 open L&Y L&Y Pendleton Irlams o' th' Height
Pendleton Middle 0m 36y 1887 open L&Y L&Y Pendleton Irlams o' th' Height
Pendleton Up 0m 40y 1889 1965 L&Y L&Y Pendleton Irlams o' th' Height
Peniel Green see Lonlas
Penge also called Sydenham Hill 1m 381y 1863 open LCD LCD Sydenham Hill Penge East
Penhelig Nos 1-4 see Aberdovey No 4
Penllergaer 0m 284y 1913 open GW GW Pont Lliw Langyfelach
Penmaenbach 0m 718y 1848 open C&H LNW Conway Penmaenmawr
Penmaenmawr also called Penclip or Pen-y-Clip;
formerly 0m 453y including avalanche shelters, now 0m 401y
0m 253y without avalanche shelters 1848 open C&H LNW Penmaenmawr Llanfairfechan
Penmaenrhos 0m 482y 1848 open C&H LNW Llysfaen Old Colwyn
Penmansheil collapsed 1979 and line diverted 0m 267y 1846 1979 NB NB Grantshouse Cockburnspath
Penshurst 0m 78y 1842 open SE SE Penshurst Leigh
Pentwynmawr see Penar
Pen-y-Bont 0m 404y 1865 open CWales LNW Pen-y-Bont Dolau
Pen-y-Clip see Penmaenmawr
Pen-y-Croes see Tregarth No 2
Pepper Hill length with open box and Southfleet tunnel 0.515km (0m 563y) 0.300km
(0m 328y)
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Perran 0m 374y 1863 open CWall GW Perranwell Penrhyn
Perridge also called Longdown 0m 829y 1903 1958 Exeter Exeter (GW) Ide Longdown
Pershore Road 0m 62y 1885 open Mid Mid Bournville Kings Norton
Pettycur see Kinghorn
Phillots also called Horse Cove 0m 49y 1846 open SDev GW Dawlish Teignmouth
Phoenix Park 0m 757y 1877 open GS&W GS&W Islandbridge Junction Glasnevin Junction
Pickering Nook 0m 58y 1855 1885 WearV WearV colliery branch line
Pic Tor also called Pig Tor 0m 191y 1863 open Mid Mid Buxton Miller's Dale
Picko No 1 0m 52y 1866 open LNW LNW Edge Hill Edge Lane
Picko No 2 0m 165y 1866 open LNW LNW Edge Hill Edge Lane
Pig Tor see Pic Tor
Pill also called Ham Green 0m 665y 1867 open B&PP GW Ham Green Halt Pill
Pill Sandstone see Clifton Bridge No 3
Pinmore 0m 543y 1877 open G&PJ G&SW Pinmore Girvan
Pinnock 0m 1173y 1874 1968 CwMin GW St Blazey Fowey
Pinnock Hill 0m 59y 1845 1893 D&S NE Shincliffe Town end of branch
Plas Dinas ≈0m 19y 1828 1867 Nantle Nantle Bontnewydd Dinas
Plas Madoc 0m 33y by 1874 by 1954 GW GW Ruabon Plasmadog branch
Polegate on deviation line ≈0m 50y 1881 by 1909 LBSC LBSC Hailsham Polegate
Polhill 1m 851y 1868 open SE SE Knockholt Dunton Green
Polnish No 106 0m 38y 1901 open WHE NB Lochailort Beasdale
Polnish No 107 0m 44y 1901 open WHE NB Lochailort Beasdale
Polperro 0m 581y 1859 open Cwall GW Probus & Ladock Truro
Ponsbourne 1m 924y 1918 open GN GN Cuffley Bayford
Pontamman possibly cut back pre-1872 0m 17y 1840 open Llny GW Ammanford Colliery Glanamman
Pontardawe built 1918-1920 0m 103y line never opened GW GW Cwmgors branch Clydach branch
Pontarddulais 0m 88y 1839 open Llny GW Llangennech Pontardulais
Pontrilas 0m 37y 1854 open NA&H GW Pandy Pontrilas
Pont-y-Pant Lower 0m 144y 1879 open LNW LNW Betws-y-Coed Pont-y-Pant
Pont-y-Pant Upper 0m 66y 1879 open LNW LNW Betws-y-Coed Pont-y-Pant
Popham No 1 0m 265y 1840 open LSW LSW Basingstoke Micheldever
Popham No 2 0m 199y 1840 open LSW LSW Basingstoke Micheldever
Port Dinorwic 0m 92y 1843 1961 Pad Pad Port Dinorwic Penscoins
Porthkerry No 1 0m 543y 1897 open VoG VoG Barry Rhoose
Porthkerry No 2 closed; reopened 2005 by NR 0m 73y 1897 open VoG VoG Barry Rhoose
Portobello Road 0m 53y 1846 ≈2000 NB NB Edinburgh Waverley Portobello
Portway No 1 see Hotwells No 1
Portway No 2 see Hotwells No 2
Possil Park see Lochburn
Potters Bar (New) west bore 0m 1209y 1959 open BR [GN] Hadley Wood Potters Bar
Potters Bar (Old) also called Mymms or South Mymms;
east bore
0m 1214y 1850 open GN GN Hadley Wood Potters Bar
Pottiehill see Glenfarg North
Poundbury 0m 267y 1857 open GW GW Bradford Peveril & Stratton Dorchester
Prestbury 0m 273y 1845 open M&Bm LNW Adlington Prestbury
Presthope 0m 207y 1867 1963 Wenlock GW Presthope Easthope Halt
Preston Brook 0m 78y 1837 open GJ LNW Preston Brook Moore
Preston Docks Branch see Fishergate Hill
Preston Hall A 0m 33y 1874 1980s SM&T LCD East Malling Barming
Preston Hall B 0m 54y 1874 1980s SM&T LCD East Malling Barming
Primrose Hill (New) south bore: fast line 0m 1182y 1879 open LNW LNW Euston South Hampstead
Primrose Hill (Old) north bore: slow line 0m 1154y 1837 open L&Bm LNW Euston South Hampstead
Prince Of Wales see Shildon
Princes Risborough see Saunderton
Priory 0m 158y 1861 open LCD LCD Kearsney Dover Priory
Privett 0m 1058y 1903 1955 LSW LSW Privett West Meon
Privett Station 0m 55y 1903 1955 LSW LSW Tisted Privett
Prospect Hill also called Crimple 0m 825y 1848 1964 Y&NM NE Spofforth Hornbeam Park
Prospect Hill 0m 89y 1895 1935 MGW MGW Galway Moycullen
Provan Gasworks 0m 520y 1902 1962 NB NB Alexandra Parade Provan Gasworks branch
Puddlebrook see Hawthorns
Purton see Severn Bridge
Pwllgwaun see Graig
Pye Bank see Bridgehouses