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Last update 30 July 2021

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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…
Quakers Yard also called Cefn Glas or Duffryn 0m 703y 1864 1964 GW GW Quakers Yard High Level Penrhiwceiber High Level
Quarry also called Merstham New 1m 353y 1899 open LBSC LBSC Coulsdon North Earlswood
Quarter Mile see Grange Hill
Quayside No 1 0m 87y 1870 1969 NE NE Manors Quayside branch
Quayside No 2 0m 328y 1870 1969 NE NE Manors Quayside branch
Quayside No 3 0m 247y 1870 1969 NE NE Manors Quayside branch
Queens Bridge Subway 0m 131y 1876 1963 BCen BCen Belfast Queens Bridge Dock lines
Queen Street High Level see Cowlairs
Queen Street Low Level ≈0m 170y 1886 open GC&D NB below Glasgow Queen Street high level station
Queens Road also called Hackney Downs 0m 445y 1872 open GE GE Hackney Downs Clapton
Queens Road closed 1990s; reopened 2012 by GMM 0m 262y 1877 open L&Y L&Y Manchester Victoria Dean Lane
Queens Road No 1 0m 54y 1844 open D&K D&K Dun Laoghaire Glenageary
Queens Road No 2 0m 26y 1844 open D&K D&K Dun Laoghaire Glenageary
Queens Road No 3 0m 58y 1844 open D&K D&K Dun Laoghaire Glenageary
Queensbury 1m 741y 1878 1956 GN GN Holmfield Queensbury
Rainbow Hill also called Worcester 0m 212y 1852 open OW&W GW Worcester Shrub Hill Astwood Halt
Ramsgate Harbour also called Harbour or Sands? 0m 1638y 1863 1926 KentC LCD Broadstairs Ramsgate Harbour
Rathdrum No 1 0m 190y 1863 open DW&W DSE Rathdrum Avoca
Rathdrum No 2 0m 25y 1863 open DW&W DSE Rathdrum Avoca
Rathdrum No 3 0m 50y 1863 open DW&W DSE Rathdrum Avoca
Rat Hole see Basford
Ravenscar also called Peak 0m 279y 1885 1965 S&Wby NE Stainton Dale Ravenscar
Ray Street Dive Under Widened lines 0m 37y 1868 open Met Met Kings Cross/St Pancras Farringdon
Redan Hill see Aldershot
Redbrink Point see Barry West Breakwater
Redbrook No 1 also called Lower Redbrook 0m 264y 1883 1916 Cfrd GW Wyesham Halt Newland
Redbrook No 2 also called Upper Redbrook 0m 66y 1883 1916 Cfrd GW Wyesham Halt Newland
Redcliffe also called Bristol Harbour 0m 292y 1872 1964 BHarb GW/Mid Bristol Harbour branch
Redditch also called Windsor Street? 0m 340y 1868 1964 E&R Mid Redditch Studley & Astwood Bank
Red Hill 0m 51y 1854 open NA&H GW Tram Inn Hereford
Redheugh see Askew Road
Redhill also called Redstone Hill or Sand 0m 649y 1899 open LBSC LBSC Purley Earlswood
Redhill (New) east bore: goods lines 0m 170y 1901 open Mid Mid Kegworth Trent
Redhill (Old) west bore: main lines 0m 154y 1840 open MidCo Mid Kegworth Trent
Redruth 0m 47y 1852 open WCwall GW Scorrier Redruth
Redstone Hill see Redhill
Rhayader 0m 270y 1864 1963 MWales Cam Doldowlod Rhayader
Rhondda also called Blaenrhondda or Blaen-y-Cwm 1m 1683y 1890 1968 RSB RSB Blaengwynfi Blaenrhondda
Rhosferig also called Builth Road 0m 64y 1867 open CWalE LNW Cilmery Builth Road
Ribchester see Wilpshire
Richmond Hill also called Marsh Lane; originally ≈0m 700y until 1895; originally had five tracks 0m 118y 1834 open Lds&S NE Osmanthorpe Marsh Lane
Riddlesdown 0m 837y 1884 open CO&EGJ C&OJ Riddlesdown Upper Warlingham
Ridgeway North see Bincombe North
Ridgeway South see Bincombe South
Ripley Street also called Bankers Sidings 0m 85y 1876 1972 GN GN Laisterdyke Horton Park
Ripponden also called Scar Head 0m 593y 1878 1929 L&Y L&Y Sowerby Bridge Watsons Crossing
Rise Hill also called Black Moss or Cow Gill 0m 1213y 1875 open Mid Mid Dent Garsdale
Rishton 0m 68y 1848 open ELancs L&Y Blackburn Rishton
River Thames The two Thames tunnels are given as 2.513km (1m 988y) in HS1's 'Register of Infrastructure' north bore: down line 3.115km (1m 1647y) 2007 open CTRL CTRL Stratford International Ebbsfleet International
River Thames The two Thames tunnels are given as 2.513km (1m 988y) in HS1's 'Register of Infrastructure' south bore: up line 3.115km (1m 1647y) 2007 open CTRL CTRL Stratford International Ebbsfleet International
Robin Hood 0m 228y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Berry Brow Honley
Robin Hood's Hills see Annesley
Rockcliffe Hall 0m 99y 1848 open C&H LNW Connah's Quay Flint
Rockfall avalanche shelter 0m 66y ? open BR [HR] Attadale Stromeferry
Rockhills see Paxton
Rodney Street see Heriothill
Rodwell also called Wyke 0m 58y 1865 1965 W&P W&P Westham Halt Rodwell
Roman Bridge 0m 43y 1879 open LNW LNW Roman Bridge Blaenau Festiniog
Rosherville 0m 61y 1886 1968 LCD LCD Rosherville Halt Gravesend West
Rosslyn Castle see Kirkettle
Rotherfield see Crowborough
Rotherhithe ≈0m 720y 1876 open EL EL Rotherhithe Surrey Quays
Rotherwas see Dinedor
Rowley see Old Hill
Rowthorn 0m 929y 1890 1930 Mid Mid Rowthorn & Hardwick Glapwell
Royal Canal aquaduct: east bore 0m 62y 1877 open GW&S GW&S Islandbridge Junction Glasnevin Junction
Royal Canal aquaduct: west bore 0m 62y 1877 open GW&S GW&S Islandbridge Junction Glasnevin Junction
Royal George 0m 140y 1885 1966 LNW LNW Micklehurst Friezland
Ruabon Road also called Bersham 0m 64y 1846 open S&C GW Wrexham Central Johnstown & Hafod
Ruchill see Tamshill No 3
Ruchill Canal see Tamshill No 1
Rudgwick see Baynards
Rusher Cutting 0m 121y 1863 1968 Mid Mid Buxton Miller's Dale
Russell Street (New) main bore 0m 117y 1860 open LNW LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Russell Street (Old) north bore: up slow line 0m 121y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Ryde Esplanade also called Esplanade 0m 391y 1880 open NRP NRP Ryde Esplanade Ryde St Johns Road
Ryefield see Butterhouse
St Albans Road east bore (up) 0m 36y 1894 open Mid Mid St Albans City Harpenden
St Albans Road west bore (down) 0m 41y 1867 open Mid Mid St Albans City Harpenden
St Anne's Park No 1 also called Bristol No 1 0m 326y 1840 by 1889 GW GW Bristol Temple Meads St Anne's Park
St Anne's Park No 2 also called St Anne's Wood or Bristol No 2 0m 154y 1840 open GW GW St Anne's Park Keynsham
St Anne's Park No 3 also called Brislington or Bristol No 3 0m 1017y 1840 open GW GW St Anne's Park Keynsham
St Anne's Well see Thorneywood
St Anne's Wood see St Anne's Park No 2
St Aubin 0m 59y 1898 1936 JRT Jer St Aubin Greenville
St Catherine's see Katherine Street
St Catherine's also called Sand or St Catherine's Hill formerly 0m 132y until 1984 (official BR figure remains at 0m 132y) ≈0m 140y 1849 open LSW LSW Guildford Farncombe
St Cross replaced by bridge 0m 62y 1839 2010 L&S LSW Winchester Shawford
St David's also called Bank 0m 184y 1860 open LSW LSW Exeter St David's Exeter Central
St Dunstans 0m 43y 1876 1972 GN GN Laisterdyke Horton Park
St Fillans 0m 61y 1904 1951 Cal Cal St Fillans Lochearnhead
St Giles see Chesil
St James No 1 0m 185y 1874 open CLC CLC Brunswick St James
St James No 2 0m 172y 1874 open CLC CLC Brunswick St James
St James No 3 0m 153y 1874 open CLC CLC Brunswick St James
St James No 4 0m 211y 1874 open CLC CLC Brunswick St James
St John's Road 0m 109y 1887 1965 L&Y L&Y Bootle Bankfield Goods branch
St John's Street also called Barrack Street 0m 161y 1893 1913 G&SW G&SW Glasgow Gallowgate Gallowgate Central
St John's Wood east bore; formerly 0m 1276y, extended to include Lord's and gap closed, became 0m 1606y; extended again (official BR figure remained at 0m 1606y) 0m 1719y 1899 open GC GC Marylebone Harrow-on-the-Hill
St John's Wood west bore; not completed unnown GC GC Marylebone Harrow-on-the-Hill
St Lawrence also called High Hat 0m 619y 1897 1952 NGSL IoWC Whitwell St Lawrence
St Leonards also called Arthur's Seat 0m 572y 1831 1968 E&D NB Niddrie Junction Edinburgh St Leonards
St Margaret's also called Meadowbank 0m 63y 1846 open NB NB Edinburgh Waverley Portobello
St Margaret's 0m 461y 1877 1954 NB NB Inverkeithing North Queensferry (NB)
St Michael's 0m 103y 1864 open G&LC CLC Otterspool St Michael's
St Michael's see Shoreham
St Patrick's Churchyard covered way 0m 32y 1866 1961 WCork CBSC Bandon Clonakilty Junction
St Rollox see Buchanan Street
St Vincent Crescent 0m 77y 1896 1964 Cal Cal Stobcross Kelvin Bridge
Saddleworth see Butterhouse
Salisbury see Fisherton
Salterhebble east bore: up 0m 91y 1844 open M&L L&Y Greetland Halifax
Salterhebble west bore: down 0m 91y 1844 open M&L L&Y Greetland Halifax
Saltford 0m 176y 1840 open GW GW Keynsham Saltford
Saltwood 0m 954y 1843 open SE SE Sandling Cheriton
Sand see Redhill
Sand see St Catherine's
Sandhills see Canada Dock
Sandhills 0m 49y 1882 1969 CLC CLC Huskisson Victoria Yard goods
Sandhills covered way 0m 40y 1882 1969 CLC CLC Huskisson Victoria Yard goods
Sandilands three tunnels in total: see Woodside, Park Hill, Coombe Lane
Sandling 0m 100y 1843 open SE SE Westenhanger Sandling
Sandling 0.092km (0m 101y) 2007 open CTRL CTRL Ebbsfleet International Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal
Sands? see Ramsgate Harbour
Sandsend Ness also called Deepgrove 0m 1652y 1883 1958 WRMU NE Sandsend Kettleness
Sandstone see Clifton Bridge No 3
Sandway 0.170km (0m 186y) 2007 open CTRL CTRL Ebbsfleet International Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal
Sandywell Park See Andoversford
Sapperton Long 1m 104y 1845 open GW GW Kemble Chelford
Sapperton Short 0m 352y 1845 open GW GW Kemble Chelford
Saunderton also called Princes Risborough 0m 83y 1905 open GW&GC GW&GC Saunderton Princes Risborough
Savernake see Marlborough
Saville Road also called Dewsbury 0m 187y 1906 1950 Mid Mid Notton & Royston Dewsbury goods
Saxelby 0m 543y 1879 open Mid Mid Melton Mowbray Grimston
Saxelby Covered Way see Grimston Covered Way
Scalford see Clawson
Scarcliffe see Bolsover
Scar Head see Ripponden
Scholes 0m 80y 1871 open LNW LNW Eccleston Park Thatto Heath
Schoolhill also called Woolmanhill 0m 250y 1867 open GNS GNS Schoolhill Hutcheon Street
Score see Slade
Scotland Street 0m 1008y 1847 1868 EL&G NB Edinburgh Canal Street Scotland Street
Scotswood 0m 269y 1875 1986 SN&W NE Scotswood Lemington
Scout 0m 202y 1849 open LNW LNW Stalybridge Mossley
Seaton 0m 206y 1880 open Mid Mid Harringworth Manton
Selling also called Ensinge 0m 405y 1860 open LCD LCD Selling Canterbury East
Selwyn Streeet see Walton-on-the-Hill No 3
Settrington 0m 57y 1853 1958 M&DJ NE Malton Settrington
Sevenoaks 1m 1693y 1868 open SE SE Sevenoaks Hildenborough
Severn 4m 628y 1886 open GW GW Pilning Severn Tunnel Junction
Severn Bridge also called Purton 0m 506y 1879 1964 SWSB SWSB Severn Bridge for Blakeney Lydney Junction
Shadwell ≈0m 680y 1876 open EL EL Whitechapel Shadwell
Shafton 0m 92y 1902 1966 DV DV Shafton Junction Grimethorpe Halt
Shakespeare north bore; also called Shakespeare Cliff 0m 1387y 1844 open SE SE Folkestone Warren Halt Dover
Shakespeare south bore; also called Shakespeare Cliff 0m 1387y 1844 open SE SE Folkestone Warren Halt Dover
Shakespeare Cliff see Shakespeare
Shapbeck Bridge 0m 47y 1846 open L&C LNW Shap Clifton & Lowther
Sharnbrook also called Wymington 1m 90y 1884 open Mid Mid Sharnbrook Irchester
Sharpthorne also called West Hoathley; closed 1958; reopened 1994 by Bluebell Railway 0m 731y 1882 open L&EG LBSC West Hoathley Horsted Keynes
Shaugh see Leigh Beer
Shaugh Prior see Leigh Beer
Shaw Cross also called Shawcross 0m 209y 1864 1972 WYorks GN Batley Chickenley Heath
Shawcross see Shaw Cross
Sheepshead see Clerks
Sheepwashers Lane see Oldham
Sheffield Parkway 0m 44y ? open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Attercliffe Road
Sheffield Parkway (East Spur) 0m 45y ? open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Darnall
Shelley Woodhouse closed 1983; reopened 1997 by Kirklees Light Railway 0m 511y 1879 open L&Y L&Y Shepley Skelmanthorpe
Shepherds Well see Lydden
Sherwood 0m 442y 1889 1951 NSub NSub St Anne's Well Sherwood
Sherwood Rise 0m 665y 1898 1968 GC GC Charrington New Basford
Shields (CGU) No 1 0m 149y 1874 1957 CGU G&SW Cumberland Street General Terminus Goods
Shields (CGU) No 2 0m 85y 1874 1957 CGU G&SW Cumberland Street General Terminus Goods
Shields Road north line 0m 71y 1849 open GT&GH Cal Gushetfaulds Ibrox
Shields Road south line 0m 67y 1849 open GT&GH Cal Gushetfaulds Ibrox
Shildon also called Prince Of Wales 0m 1220y 1842 open STunn NE Shildon Bishop Auckland
Shillamill 0m 603y 1890 1968 PDSW PDSW Tavistock Bere Alston
Shillingham also called Wiveliscombe 0m 451y 1908 open GW GW Defiance Platform St Germans
Shipley 0m 55y 1847 open L&BE Mid Saltaire Shipley
Shirland 0m 189y 1866 1965 Mid Mid Wingfield Shirland Colliery branch
Shoreditch partially opened out, two lengths of 0m 72y and 0m 124y remain 0m 325y 1876 open EL EL Shoreditch Whitechapel
Shoreham also called St Michael's 0m 31y 1905 1954 KESL KESL Tenterden St Michaels High Halden Road
Shore Road 0m 83y 1848 open B&B NCC Whitehouse Whiteabbey
Shortlands Junction diveunder 0m 65y 2003 open NR NR Shortlands Ravensbourne
Shotlock Hill 0m 106y 1875 open Mid Mid Garsdale Kirkby Stephen
Shrewsbury Road east bore: up lines; remaining part of former Farm tunnel 0m 49y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Heeley
Shrewsbury Road centre bore 0m 31y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Heeley
Shrewsbury Road west bore: down lines 0m 39y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Heeley
Shugborough 0m 777y 1847 open LNW LNW Colwich Milford & Brocton
Shuteshelf also called Winscombe Hill 0m 198y 1869 1964 B&E GW Winscombe Axbridge
Silkstone No 1 also called Worsborough No 1 0m 289y 1880 1981 MS&L GC Penistone Aldam Junction
Silkstone No 2 also called Worsborough No 2 or West Silkstone 0m 74y 1880 1981 MS&L GC Penistone Aldam Junction
Silverdale 0m 684y 1870 1999 NS NS Silverdale Keele
Silvertown see Connaught
Silwood Junction diveunder 0m 39y 2014 open NR NR Surrey Quays Queens Road Peckham
Singleton also called Drove 0m 741y 1881 1953 LBSC LBSC Cocking Singleton
Slade (New) also called Score or Ilfracombe; south bore: up line; added 1891 0m 70y 1891 1970 LSW LSW Morthoe Ilfracombe
Slade (Old) also called Score or Ilfracombe; north bore: down line 0m 70y 1874 1967 LSW LSW Morthoe Ilfracombe
Smallshaw see Turner Lane
Smithdown Lane 0m 94y 1836 open L&M LNW Edge Hill Liverpool Lime Street
Smithfield original bore 0m 252y 1865 open Met Met Farringdon Barbican
Smithfield widened lines bore; originally 0m 242y 0m 293y 1868 2009 Met Met Farringdon Barbican
Smithfield Curve see Snow Hill East Curve
Smithfield Goods ≈0m 263y 1869 1962 GW GW Farringdon Smithfield goods
Smugglers see Parson's
Sneinton 0m 183y 1889 1951 NSub NSub Nottingham London Road Thorneywood
Snooks Hill see Newport
Snow Hill 0m 203y 1906 2010 F&R F&R Campile Waterford
Snow Hill originally 0m 595y; closed 1972; reopened 1987 by BR 0m 635y 1852 open GW GW Birmingham Moor Street Birmingham Snow Hill
Snow Hill East Curve also called Smithfield Curve 0m 310y 1871 1916 LCD LCD/Met Ludgate Hill Moorgate
Snow Hill North closed 1969; reopened 1990 by BR 0m 184y 1866 open LCD LCD/BR Ludgate Hill Farringdon
Snow Hill South original tunnel 0m 182y 1866 1969 LCD LCD Ludgate Hill Farringdon
Snow Hill South tunnel diverted and extended 0m 572y 1990 open BR LCD/BR Blackfriars Farringdon
Sodbury see Chipping Sodbury
Somerhill 0m 410y 1845 open SE SE Tonbridge High Brooms
Somerton 0m 1053y 1906 open GW GW Somerton Long Sutton & Pitney
Soothill Wood also called Woodkirk or Soothill 0m 659y 1890 1953 GN GN Batley Woodkirk
Sorley 0m 638y 1893 1963 GW GW Loddiswell Kingsbridge
Sorrento see Dalkey
Soudley see Blue Rock
Sough 1m 255y 1848 open BBCWY L&Y Entwistle Darwen
Sourden ≈0m 50y 1858 1880 Moray GNS Rothes Orton Junction
South Enfield see Hadley Wood South
Southfleet 0.085km (0m 93y) 2007 open CTRL CTRL Ebbsfleet International Folkestone Channel Tunnel Terminal
South Hampstead south bore: down line 0m 1627y 1922 open LNW LNW Primrose Hill South Hampstead
South Hampstead south bore: Euston connection 0m 199y 1922 open LNW LNW Primrose Hill South Hampstead
South Hampstead north bore: up line 0m 1400y 1922 open LNW LNW Primrose Hill South Hampstead
South Hampstead north bore: Euston connection 0m 8y 1922 open LNW LNW Primrose Hill South Hampstead
South Harrow 0m 204y 1905 open GC GC South Harrow Northolt Park
Southampton 0m 528y 1847 open Stn&D LSW Northam Road Southampton West End
Southgate 0m 928y 1933 open LE LE Oakwood Arnos Grove
South Kirkby see Barnsdale
South Mymms see Potters Bar
South Street 0m 39y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Attercliffe Road
South Willingham see High Street
Sowerby Bridge 0m 657y 1841 open M&L L&Y Sowerby Bridge Luddendenfoot
Sparnick 0m 491y 1863 open Cwall GW Truro Perranwell
Spellow 0m 348y 1866 open LNW LNW Spellow Canada Dock
Spink Hill 0m 492y 1898 1967 LDEC GC Clown South Spink Hill for Mount St Mary
Spitalfields 0m 97y 1876 open EL EL Shoreditch Whitechapel
Spitalfields Goods built after 1876; not completed 0m 69y EL EL branch from Whitechapel below Spitalfield goods
Spital Hill also called Wicker 0m 307y 1847 1948 Mid Mid Grimesthorpe Bridge Neepsend
Spittal 0m 243y 1906 open GW GW Clarbeston Road Wolf's Castle
Spring Bridge Road Car Park 0m 121y after 1961 open BR [GW] Ealing Broadway West Ealing
Spring Road Covered Way 0m 132y after 1961 open BR [GW] Spring Road Hall Green
Springs also called Belmont Wood 0m 77y 1865 open Mid Mid Calverley & Rodley Guiseley
Springwood 0m 311y 1892 1966 MS&L GC Heath Staveley
Springwood North bore see Huddersfield (Old)
Springwood South bore see Huddersfield (New)
Square Spinney see Ingarsby
Stainforth also called Taitlands 0m 120y 1875 open Mid Mid Settle Horton-in-Ribblesdale
Stalybridge see Stalybridge North
Stalybridge North also called Stalybridge 0m 668y 1849 open LNW LNW Stalybridge Mossley
Stalybridge South also called Stalybridge New or Cocker Hill 0m 298y 1855 1976 LNW LNW Stalybridge Staley & Millbrook
Stamford 0m 341y 1846 open Mid Mid Stamford Uffington & Barnack
Standedge New north bore; also known as Marsden & Diggle 3m 64y 1894 open LNW LNW Diggle Marsden
Standedge (first) also called Diggle; centre bore: down line 3m 62y 1849 1966 LNW LNW Diggle Marsden
Standedge (second) also called Diggle; south bore: up line 3m 62y 1871 1966 LNW LNW Diggle Marsden
Stanley Road twin compartments 0m 44y 1885 1968 Mid Mid Alexandra Docks branch
Stanmore Junction diveunder 0m 74y 1934 open LT LT Wembley Park Kingsbury
Stanningley also called Hillfoot 0m 455y 1854 open LBHJ GN New Pudsey Laisterdyke
Stansted see Cooper's Lane
Stanton 0m 1330y 1879 open Mid Mid Widmerpool Plumtree
Staple Hill widened and cut back from 0m 518y in 1843 0m 515y 1835 1969 Bl&G Mid Mangotsfield Fishponds
Stenalees also called Goonbarrow 0m 341y 1893 1965 CwMin GW Luxulyan Gunheath branch
Stobcross Depot 0m 190y 1894 1980 Cal Cal Stobcross Kelvin Bridge
Stobcross Street 0m 640y 1896 open Cal Cal Anderston Stobcross
Stockingford see Arley
Stockport see Tiviot
Stockport see Wellington Road
Stockport No 1 see Edgeley No 1
Stockport No 2 see Edgeley No 2
Stockport No 3 see Edgeley No 3
Stockton Brook 0m 72y 1867 1989 NS NS Stockton Brook Endon
Stoddart Street 0m 87y ? ≈1983 NS NS Manors East Stoddart St sidings
Stoke see Stoke Summit
Stoke Hill see Ipswich
Stoke Newington 0m 60y 1872 open GE GE Stoke Newington Stamford Hill
Stokestown 0m 52y 1851 open MGW MGW Mullingar Castletown
Stoke Summit also called Stoke 0m 880y 1852 open GN GN Corby Glen Great Ponton
Stone Bridge see Longridge
Stonehouse Bridge 0m 40y 1886 1970 LSW LSW Stonehouse Pool branch
Stoney Low 0m 39y 1870 1991? NS NS Keele Madeley Road
Stowe Hill 0m 491y 1838 open L&Bm LNW Blisworth Weedon
Stratford Low Level closed 2009 by NR; reopened 2011 by DLR 0m 77y 1846 open ECTJ GE Stratford Low Level Lea Bridge
Strawberry Hill also called Waterdown Forest 0m 286y 1851 open SE SE Tunbridge Wells Frant
Streatham 0m 220y 1868 open LBSC LBSC Tulse Hill Streatham
Streatham Hill see Leigham Court
Stretton-on-Fosse 0m 44y 1826 1889 Stf&M Stf&M(GW) Stretton-on-Fosse Longdon Road
Strood 1m 569y 1845 open G&R SE Higham Strood
Strowan also called Trowan 0m 100y 1893 1964 C&Com Cal Crieff Comrie
Stubbylee see Bacup
Suffolk Street also called Five Ways 0m 176y 1885 open Mid Mid Birmingham New Street Five Ways
Subway 0m 117y 1864 open H&C H&C Royal Oak Westbourne Park
Sugar Loaf 0m 132y 1868 open CWalE CWalE Cynghordy Sugar Loaf
Sugar Loaf 0m 1001y 1885 1959 HBWRJ H&B South Cave Little Weighton
Summer Hill also called Gwersyllt or Brake 0m 266y 1847 1908 S&C [GW] Rhosrobin Wheatsheaf branch
Summit see Torpantau
Summit see Birchenwood
Summit Central 1m 1125y 1841 open M&L M&L Littleborough Walsden
Summit East 0m 41y 1841 open M&L M&L Littleborough Walsden
Summit West 0m 55y 1841 open M&L M&L Littleborough Walsden
Sunderland North 0m 256y 1879 open NE NE Sunderland Monkwear­mouth
Sunderland South (Long) 0m 711y 1879 open NE NE Ryhope Sunderland
Sunderland South (Short) 0m 127y 1879 open NE NE Ryhope Sunderland
Sundridge Park see Chislehurst
Sutton also called Halton 1m 154y 1850 open BLCJ Birk Halton Runcorn East
Sutton Coldfield 0m 172y 1884 open LNW LNW Sutton Coldfield Four Oaks
Sutton Harbour also called Jubilee Street 0m 74y 1879 1950 LSW LSW Plymouth Friary branch North Quay branch
Sutton-in-Ashfield 0m 50y 1916 1966 Mans Mans Kirkby-in-Ashfield Central Sutton-in-Ashfield Central
Swainsley also called Manifold 0m 164y 1904 1934 L&MV L&MV Watton Mill Butterton
Swan Village also called Hill Top 0m 412y 1854 open GW GW Swan Village Wednesbury
Swerford Park see Hook Norton
Swindon Old Town built 1875; not completed, line built on alternative alignment 0m 773y M&SWJ Swindon Town Swindon Junction
Swinton see Clifton Hall
Sydenham see Paxton
Sydenham see Crystal Palace
Sydenham Hill see Penge
Sydney Gardens East also called Bathwick East 0m 77y 1841 open GW GW Bath Bathampton
Sydney Gardens West also called Bathwick West 0m 99y 1841 open GW GW Bath Bathampton
Symond's Yat 0m 433y 1873 1959 R&M R&M Symond's Yat Lydbrook Junction
Tadworth see Kingswood
Taitlands see stainforth
Talyllyn 0m 674y 1863 1964 B&M B&M Talyllyn Junction Groesffordd Halt
Taminurie see Craigellachie
Tamshill see Tamshill No 2
Tamshill No 1 also called Ruchill Canal; aqueduct, two compartments 0m 78y 1896 1964 L&D Cal Maryhill Central Possil North
Tamshill No 2 also called Tamshill 0m 453y 1896 1964 L&D Cal Maryhill Central Possil North
Tamshill No 3 also called Ruchill 0m 137y 1896 1964 L&D Cal Maryhill Central Possil North
Tankersley 0m 1498y 1854 open Mid Mid Chapeltown Wentworth
Tanners Hill (Old) all three bores also called Lucas Street; centre bore 0m 87y 1849 open SE SE New Cross St Johns
Tanners Hill (New) north bore: down line 0m 87y 1865 open SE SE New Cross St Johns
Tanners Hill (New) south bore: up line 0m 87y 1865 open SE SE New Cross St Johns
Tanworth see Wood End
Tapnage 0m 122y 1841 open LSW LSW Botley Knowle Halt
Teignmouth East Cliff see East Cliffe
Tellgreen No 1 constructed but abandoned when line was diverted before opening; tunnel name assumed; length as planned 0m 66y WRMU WRMU Sandsend Kettleness
Tellgreen No 2 constructed but abandoned when line was diverted before opening; tunnel name assumed; length as planned 0m 44y WRMU WRMU Sandsend Kettleness
Tellgreen No 3 constructed but abandoned when line was diverted before opening; tunnel name assumed; length as planned 0m 110y WRMU WRMU Sandsend Kettleness
Temple aqueduct with twin compartments 0m 48y 1874 open NB NB Maryhill Park Anniesland
Temple Mills Depot Link 0.300km (0m 328y) 2007 open CTRL CTRL Stratford International Lea Bridge
Tesco see Gerrards Cross
Tewkesbury also called Mythe 0m 418y 1862 1963 T&M Mid Tewkesbury Ripple
Thackley New 0m 1518y 1901 1968 Mid Mid Apperley Bridge Shipley
Thackley Old 0m 1496y 1846 open Lds&B Mid Apperley Bridge Shipley
Thackley Road 0m 36y 1874 1968 GN GN Thackley Idle
Thames see River Thames
Thames 0m 630y 1876 open EL EL Rotherhithe Wapping
The Great Tunnel see Lime Street
The Long Arch see Long Arch Bridge
The Mound (New) north bore: up line 0m 130y by 1908 open NB NB Haymarket Edinburgh Waverley
The Mound (New) south bore: down line 0m 130y by 1908 open NB NB Haymarket Edinburgh Waverley
The Mound (Old) centre bore 0m 130y 1847 open E&G NB Haymarket Edinburgh Waverley
The Rathole see Euston Up Empty Carriage Line
The Sough see East Bank Covered Way No 1
Thomas Lane also called Broad Green; twin bores, west bore unopened 0m 88y 1873 1975 CLC CLC Childwall Knotty Ash
Thorneywood also called St Anne's Well 0m 408y 1889 1951 NSub NSub Thorneywood St Anne's Well
Thorpe see Dunkhill
Throstles Nest No 1 0m 233y 1873 by 1923 CLC CLC Manchester Central Trafford Park
Throstles Nest No 2 part opened out, originally 0m 222y 0m 116y 1880 1988 Mid CLC Manchester Central Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Throstles Nest No 3 closed 1988; reopened 2011 by GMM 0m 92y 1880 open Mid CLC Manchester Central Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Thrutch 0m 592y 1880 1966 L&Y L&Y Waterfoot Stacksteads
Thurgoland (New) south bore: up line 0m 339y 1948 1983 LNER/BR BR Thurgoland Oxpring
Thurgoland (Old) also called Huthwaite or Wortley; north bore: down line 0m 315y 1845 1983 SALM GC Thurgoland Oxpring
Thurland Street 'cut & cover' part of Victoria Street 0m 102y 1898 1968 GC GC Nottingham Arkwright Street Nottingham Victoria
Thurnby see Ingarsby
Thurnby Short see Uppingham Road
Thurstonland 0m 1631y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Stocksmoor Brockholes
Tidenham also called Denhill or Dennel Hill 0m 1190y 1876 1986 WyeV GW Tintern Quarry Netherhope Halt
Tiviot also called Tiviotdale or Stockport 0m 225y 1868 1980 ST&AJ CLC Stockport Tiviotdale Cheadle North
Tinsley Wood also called Brinsworth 0m 80y 1900 1965 SD SD West Tinsley Catcliffe
Tintern 0m 182y 1876 1964 WyeV GW Tintern Tintern Quarry
Tin Tunnel see Kirkettle
Tinworks Taff Vale Railway tunnel near Treforest Estate is believed never to have been completed. Another nearby is sometimes mistaken for this tunnel, but was part of 'the Feeder', a mill race
Tipton Road 0m 57y ≈1867 1967 LNW LNW Dudley Dudley Town goods
Titwood 0m 97y 1894 open CD CD Eglinton Street Pollokshields West
Toadmoor also called Hag Wood 0m 129y 1840 open NMid Mid Ambergate avoiding line
Toft also called Toft Lodge or Bourne 0m 330y 1893 1959 E&M MGN Castle Bytham Bourne
Toldish on original line 0m 534y 1849 1874 Newquay GW Roche St Columb Road
Tongwynlais also called Castell Coch 0m 180y 1909 1952 Card Card Tongwynlais Glanyllyn
Tonmawr see Gyfylchi
Torpantau also called Summit or Beacon 0m 667y 1863 1964 B&M B&M Torpantau Pentir Rhiw
Torquay see Livermead
Torwoodlee also called Buckholm or Kilnknowe; closed 1969; reopened 2015 by NR 0m 69y 1849 open NB NB Galashiels Bowland
Totley also called Padley 3m 950y 1893 open Mid Mid Dore Grindleford
Tottenham see Wood Green (Old)
Tottenham North Curve No 1 0m 160y 1883 open Mid Mid Haverstock Hill Junction Road
Tottenham North Curve No 2 0m 70y 1883 open Mid Mid Haverstock Hill Junction Road
Tottenham North Curve No 3 0m 103y 1883 open Mid Mid Haverstock Hill Junction Road
Towneley 0m 398y 1849 open L&Y L&Y Holme Towneley
Trafalgar Street also called Anne Street 0m 418y 1869 1991 G&A GSW Greenock Princes Pier Greenock Lynedoch
Treborth see Vaynol
Treforest see Graig
Tregarth No1 0m 27y 1884 1963 LNW LNW Tregarth Bethesda
Tregarth No 2 also called Pen-y-Croes 0m 297y 1884 1963 LNW LNW Tregarth Bethesda
Trelill also called Delabole 0m 354y 1895 1966 NCwall LSW Port Isaac Road St Kew Highway
Treverrin 0m 564y 1859 open Cwall GW Lostwithiel Par
Trinity also called East Trinity Road 0m 146y 1842 1986? EL&N NB Scotland Street Trinity & Newhaven
Trowan see Strowan
Tufnell Park Twin Covered Way north bore 0m 185y after 1960 open BR [THJ] Gospel Oak Junction Road
Tufnell Park Twin Covered Way south bore 0m 185y after 1960 open BR [Mid] Haverstock Hill Junction Road
Tulse Hill see Knight's Hill
Tunnel No 62 0m 23y 1901 open WHE NB Locheilside Glenfinnan
Tunnel Road (New) south bore: down fast line 0m 74y 1880s open LNW LNW Liverpool Lime Street Edge Hill
Tunnel Road (New) north bore: up slow line 0m 58y 1880s open LNW LNW Liverpool Lime Street Edge Hill
Tunnel Road (Old) centre bore 0m 58y 1836 open L&M LNW Liverpool Lime Street Edge Hill
Turkey Mill covered way 0m 252y after 1884 ≈1935 LCD SE Maidstone East Bearstead
Turner Lane also called Smallshaw or Lordsfield Avenue 0m 53y 1861 1967 OAGB OAGB Ashton Oldham Road Park Bridge
Tutshill Covered Way see Chepstow Covered Way
Twerton No 1 (Long) 0m 264y 1840 open GW GW Saltford Twerton
Twerton No 2 (Short) 0m 45y 1840 open GW GW Saltford Twerton
Tyler Hill also called Hackington or Canterbury 0m 842y 1830 1953 CBy&W SE Canterbury Blean & Tyler Hill
Tyne Dock closed 1981; reopened 1984 by TWM 0m 186y 1872 open NE NE Jarrow Tyne Dock
Tynygraig also called Caradoc Falls 0m 86y 1867 1964 M&M Cam Strata Florida Caradoc Falls
Tytherington 0m 224y 1872 2012 Mid Mid Iron Acton Tytherington
Union Street 0m 718y 1869 1969 G&A GSW Greenock Princes Pier Greenock Lynedoch
Upholland 0m 959y 1848 open L&Y L&Y Orrell Upholland
Uppermill see Butterhouse
Upper Norwood see Paxton
Upper Park Street 0m 162y 1837 open L&Bm LNW Euston Camden
Upper Redbrook see Redbrook No 2
Upper Sydenham also called Crescent Wood ≈0m 400y 1865 1954 CPSLJ LCD Lordship Lane Upper Sydenham
Uppingham Road also called Thurnby Short 0m 68y 1882 1964 GN GN Humberstone Thurnby & Scraptoft
Upwey see Bincombe South
Usk 0m 256y 1857 1955 CMUP GW Usk Cefn Tilla Halt
Vaynol (New) east bore: down line; also called Capel-y-Graig or Treborth 0m 497y 1871 1972 C&H LNW Treborth Port Dinorwic
Vaynol (Old) west bore: up line 0m 497y 1852 1972 B&Carn LNW Treborth Port Dinorwic
Venn Cross 0m 246y 1873 1966 Dev&S GW Wiveliscombe Venn Cross
Ventnor see Boniface Down
Victoria 1m 946y 1849 1972 LNW LNW Edge Hill Waterloo goods
Victoria 0m 69y 2015 open NR [GW] Ebbw Vale Parkway Ebbw Vale Town
Victoria Station 0m 73y 1870 open Mid Mid Sheffield Midland Attercliffe Road
Victoria Street also called Weekday Cross; includes Thurland Street 0m 291y 1898 1874 GC GN/GC Nottingham Arkwright Street Nottingham Victoria
Wadhurst also called Best Beech Hill 0m 1205y 1851 open SE SE Wadhurst Stonegate
Waitrose Car Park covered way 0m 154y ≈1990 open BR [NE] Harrogate Hornbeam Park
Wakefield Road 0m 132y 1854 open LBHJ GN Laisterdyke St Dunstans
Wakefield Road see Bradford
Waleswood 0m 64y GC 1893 1967 MS&L Killamarsh Central Waleswood
Walham Green see Fulham Broadway
Walk Hill 0m 61y 1846 ≈1900 Lds&B Mid Apperley Bridge Shipley
Walker 0m 182y 1879 1986 NE NE St Anthony's Walker
Waller's Ash 0m 501y 1840 open LSW LSW Micheldever Winchester
Wall Hill 0m 27y 1850 1968 LNW LNW Dobcross Delph
Wallyford converted to two bridges 0m 94y 1846 1950s NB NB Prestonpans Wallyford
Walnut Tree also called Garth 0m 490y 1901 1963 Barry Barry Wenvoe Penrhos branch
Walsall Covered Way 0m 99y after 1961 open BR [LNW] Walsall Birchills
Walton Hill see Walton-on-the-Hill No 1
Walton-on-the-Hill No 1 also called Walton Hill; No 1A south bore never completed 0m 229y 1880 1975 CLC CLC Huskisson Walton-on-the Hill
Walton-on-the-Hill No 2 also called Breeze Hill or Bedford Road 0m 643y 1880 1975 CLC CLC Huskisson Walton-on-the Hill
Walton-on-the-Hill No 3 also called Hawthorne Road or Selwyn Street; No 3A south bore never completed 0m 247y 1880 1975 CLC CLC Huskisson Walton-on-the Hill
Wansford also called Yarwell; closed 1972; reopened 2007 by Nene Valley Railway 0m 616y 1847 open L&Bm LNW Elton Wansford
Wapping ≈0m 840y 1876 open EL EL Shadwell Wapping
Wapping Goods North also called Park Lane Goods North 0m 77y 1896 1965 LNW LNW Wapping Tunnel Wapping goods north branch
Wapping Goods South also called Park Lane Goods South 0m 26y 1896 1965 LNW LNW Wapping Tunnel Wapping goods south branch
Wapping No 1 Wapping No 1 and No 2 were originally one tunnel 1m 490y long 1m 351y 1830 1972 L&M LNW Edge Hill Wapping goods
Wapping No 2 Wapping No 1 and No 2 were originally one tunnel 1m 490y long 0m 112y 1830 1965 L&M LNW Edge Hill Wapping goods centre branch
Warbreck 0m 38y 1879 1930s CLC CLC Warbreck Aintree
Warden also called Old Warden 0m 880y 1857 1964 Mid Mid Southill Cardington
Warren Hill also called Newmarket 0m 1100y 1854 open GE GE Newmarket Newmarket Warren Hill
Waste Bank 0m 164y 1875 open Mid Mid Culgaith Langwathby
Waterdown Forest see Strawberry Hill
Waterloo 0m 40y 1850 open LC&S L&Y Seaforth & Litherland Waterloo
Waterloo No 1 0m 852y 1849 1972 LNW LNW Edge Hill Waterloo goods
Waterloo No 2 0m 59y 1849 1972 LNW LNW Edge Hill Waterloo goods
Waterloo Curve Covered Way twin bores 0m 118y 1994 open BR [LSW] Vauxhall Queenstown Road Battersea
Watford (New) east bore: slow lines; also called Hunton Bridge 1m 230y 1874 open LNW LNW Watford King's Langley
Watford (Old) west bore: fast lines 1m 55y 1837 open L&Bm LNW Watford King's Langley
Watford Lodge 0m 115y 1881 open LNW LNW Long Buckby Kilsby & Crick
Wath Road 0m 62y 1879 1965 S&K S&K Mexborough Bolton-on-Dearne
Watnall also called Kimberley 0m 268y 1875 1968 GN GN Basford North Kimberley
Watnall also called Cantaloube 0m 151y 1879 1954 Mid Mid Watnall Kimberley
Weasel Hall 0m 109y 1841 open M&L L&Y Eastwood Hebden Bridge
Wednesfield Heath also called Heath Town or Wolverhampton 0m 179y 1837 open GJ LNW Heath Town Wednesfield
Weedley also called Weedley Dale 0m 132y 1885 1959 HBWRJ H&B South Cave Little Weighton
Weedley Dale see Weedley
Weekday Cross see Victoria Street
Week Street 0m 98y 1884 open M&A LCD Maidstone East Bearsted
Well Heads 0m 662y 1882 1963 GN GN Thornton Denholme
Wellhouse 0m 415y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Penistone Denby Dale
Wellington Road No 1 also called Stockport 0m 246y 1865 1980 ST&AJ CLC Stockport Tiviotdale Cheadle North
Wellington Road No 2 also called Brownsword 0m 40y 1865 1980 ST&AJ CLC Stockport Tiviotdale Cheadle North
Wellington Street see Orangefield
Wellpark 0m 304y 1889 open Cal Cal Greenock Central Greenock West
Wells 0m 823y 1846 open SE SE High Brooms Tunbridge Wells
Welwyn North also called Harmer Green 0m 1046y 1850 open GN GN Welwyn North Knebworth
Welwyn South also called Digswell or Lockleys Hill 0m 446y 1850 open GN GN Welwyn North Knebworth
Wenvoe 1m 107y 1889 1963 BD&R Barry Wenvoe Creigiau
Werneth closed 2009; reopened 2012 by GMM; closed again 0m 471y 1847 2014 L&Y L&Y Oldham Werneth Oldham Central
Werrington Dive Under under construction 0m 223y 2020 open NR [GN] Peterborough Peakirk
Wescoe also called Little or Keswick Little 0m 24y 1864 1972 CK&P CK&P Keswick Threlkeld
Wescoehill 0m 100y 1848 open L&T NE Arthington Weeton
West Brompton 0m 210y 1880 open MD MD West Brompton Fulham Broadway
Westborough see Falsgrave
West Dean No 1 0m 445y 1881 1953 LBSC LBSC Singleton Lavant
West Dean No 2 0m 42y 1881 1953 LBSC LBSC Singleton Lavant
West Eggerton Street 0m 471y 1898 1964 L&Y L&Y Pendleton Manchester Docks
West Hoathley see Sharpthorne
West Meon 0m 538y 1903 1955 LSW LSW Privett West Meon
West Park Street 0m 172y 1898 1964 L&Y L&Y Pendleton Manchester Docks
West Silkstone see Silkstone No 2
West Street originally 0m 187y 0m 131y 1840 open P&G Cal Shields Road Rutherglen
Westminster Road No 1 The two Westminster Road tunnels together with Canada Dock were part of Bootle, which was cut back to form a junction 0m 62y 1866 open LNW LNW Spellow Bootle Balliol Road
Westminster Road No 2 The two Westminster Road tunnels together with Canada Dock were part of Bootle, which was cut back to form a junction 0m 216y 1866 open LNW LNW Spellow Bootle Balliol Road
West Teignmouth 0m 267y 1846 1881 SDev GW Teignmouth Newton Abbott
Whaley Bridge 0m 27y 1831 1953 LNW C&HP Whaley Bridge (Old) Shallcross
Whatstandwell 0m 149y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Whatstandwell Cromford
Wheatley see Horspath
Wheatley 0m 819y 1890 1960 HHL HHL Holmfield Pellon
Wheeler Street 0m 358y 1884 open M&A LCD Maidstone East Bearsted
Whetstone see Barnet
Whipps Cross see Leytonstone
Whitchester also called Haltwhistle 0m 202y 1838 open N&C NE Bardon Mill Haltwhistle
Whitchurch 0m 45y 1885 1964 DN&S DN&S Litchfield Whitchurch Town
Whiteball 0m 1092y 1844 open B&E GW Wellington Burlescombe
Whitechapel 0m 210y 1876 open EL EL Whitechapel Shadwell
Whitecliffe 0m 55y 1883 1967 Cfrd GW Newland Coleford
Whitecross Street Goods off Met widened lines ≈0m 120y 1880 1965 Met Met Barbican Whitecross Street Goods
Whitefield closed 1991; reopened 1992 by GMM 0m 153y 1879 open L&Y L&Y Whitefield Radcliffe
Whitehaven also called Corkickle; originally 0m 1317y 0m 1285y 1852 open W&FJ/WJ LNW/Fur Corkickle Whitehaven
Whitehead 0m 145y 1862 1994 C&Lar NCC Kilroot Whitehead
White Horse 0m 43y 1840 open L&PJ LNW Barton & Broughton Brock
Whitehouse Farm 0m 352y 1905 open GW&GC GW&GC Beaconsfield High Wycombe
Whitehurst also called Llangollen Road 0m 46y 1848 open S&C GW Chirk Whitehurst Halt
Whitfield 0m 404y 1876 1964 ChatW ChatW Pittshill Halt Whitfield Colliery
Whitland also called Forest 0m 189y 1854 open SWal GW St Clears Whitland
Whitrope 0m 1208y 1862 1969 NB NB Shankend Riccarton Junction
Whittingham see Edlingham
Whittington see Andoversford
Whitwell 0m 544y 1873 open Mid Mid Creswell Whitwell
Whitworth Road 0m 43y 1870 1967 L&Y L&Y Shawclough & Healey Wardleworth
Wicker see Spital Hill
Wickwar 0m 1401y 1844 open Bl&G Mid Yate Wickwar
Willersley closed 1968; reopened 1991 by Peak Rail 0m 764y 1849 open MBMMJ Mid Cromford Matlock Bath
Willingham see High Street
Wilpshire also called Bulls Head or Ribchester 0m 327y 1850 open BBCWY L&Y Wilpshire Langho
Wimborne Road 0m 65y 1888 open LSW LSW Bournemouth Central Bournemouth East
Winchburgh 0m 372y 1842 open E&G NB Winchburgh Ratho
Winchester see Chesil
Winchcombe see Greet
Winchfield 0m 42y 1839 ≈1904 L&S LSW Winchfield Hook
Winchmore Hill 0m 58y 1871 open GN GN Palmers Green Winchmore Hill
Windmill Lane 0m 104y 1846 open S&C LNW/GWJt Chester Saltney
Windsor Street see Redditch
Wing 0m 353y 1879 open Mid Mid Harringworth Manton
Wingfield also called Lodge Hill 0m 261y 1840 open NMid Mid Ambergate Wingfield
Winkhill closed 1989; reopened 2010 by Moorland & City Railways 0m 21y 1905 open NS NS Ipstones Winkhill Halt
Winsor Hill (Old) east bore: down line 0m 242y 1874 1966 S&D S&DJ Masbury Shepton Mallet
Winsor Hill (New) west bore: up line 0m 132y 1892 1966 S&DJ S&DJ Masbury Shepton Mallet
Winscombe Hill see Shuteshelf
Winterbutt Lee see Winterbutlee
Winterbutlee also called Winterbutt Lee 0m 306y 1841 open M&L L&Y Littleborough Walsden
Withcall also called Donnington 0m 971y 1875 1956 L&Linc GN Donington-on-Bain Withcall
Withnell Mill 0m 36y 1869 1966 L&Y&LU LNW/L&Y Jt Brinscall Withnell
Wiveliscombe see Shillingham
Woldingham see Oxted
Wolvercot 0m 145y 1851 open Bucks LNW Oxford Road Halt Wolvercot Halt
Wolverhampton east bore: up line 0m 377y 1854 1986 OW&W GW Priestfield Wolverhampton Low Level
Wolverhampton west bore: down line 0m 377y 1854 1986 OW&W GW Priestfield Wolverhampton Low Level
Wolverhampton see Wednesfield Heath
Woodbourne see Nunnery No1
Wood End also called Tanworth 0m 176y 1907 open GW GW Wood End Danzey
Wood Green (New) east bore 0m 705y by 1898 open GN GN Alexandra Palace New Southgate
Wood Green (New) west bore 0m 705y by 1898 open GN GN Alexandra Palace New Southgate
Wood Green (Old) centre bore; also called Tottenham 0m 705y 1850 open GN GN Alexandra Palace New Southgate
Woodhead New south of old bores 3m 66y 1954 1981 BR BR Woodhead Dunford Bridge
Woodhead Old first bore: south side 3m 22y 1853 1954 SALM GC Woodhead Dunford Bridge
Woodhead Old second bore: north side 3m 22y 1845 1954 MS&L GC Woodhead Dunford Bridge
Woodkirk see Soothill Wood
Woodside closed 1963; reopened 2000 by CT 0m 266y 1885 open WSC WSC Bingham Road Coombe Road
Woodside also called Birkenhead 0m 565y 1878 1967 Birk Birk Birkenhead Town Birkenhead Woodside
Woodside see Old Lane
Woodville 0m 307y 1884 1964 Mid Mid Woodville Moira
Woolley Edge New west bore: down line also called Woolley New 0m 1745y 1902 open L&Y L&Y Haigh Crigglestone
Woolley Edge Old east bore: up line also called Woolley Old 0m 1745y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Haigh Crigglestone
Woolley New see Woolley Edge New
Woolley Old see Woolley Edge Old
Woolmanhill see Schoolhill
Worcester see Rainbow Hill
Worcester Street see New Street South (Old)
Wormald Green 0m 50y 1848 1969 L&T NE Wormald Green Ripon
Wormit 0m 148y 1887 1969 NB NB Wormit Newport-on-Tay West
Worsborough No 1 see Silkstone No 1
Worsborough No 2 see Silkstone No 2
Wortley see Armley
Wortley see Thurgoland (Old)
Wrangaton now treated as a bridge 0m 47y 1848 open SDev GW Brent Wrangaton
Wyke 0m 1365y 1850 open L&Y L&Y Wyke & Norwood Green Low Moor
Wyke see Rodwell
Wymington see Sharnbrook
Yarm 0m 75y 1852 open NE NE Yarm Eaglescliffe
Yarwell see Wansford
Yelverton 0m 641y 1859 1962 SD&T GW Yelverton Horrabridge
Yew Green see Lockwood
Y Maes see Caernarvon
Ynyscoi ≈0m 200y 1840 by 1859 TV TV Taffs Well Treforest
Yorkhill 0m 446y 1896 1964 L&D Cal Stobcross Partick Central
York Road North Curve 0m 296y 1863 1977 GN/Met GN/Met Kings Cross York Road Farringdon
York Road South Curve 0m 94y 1863 1977 Met Met Kings Cross York Road Farringdon