Stoke Junction Halt railway station

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Stoke Junction Halt
Location
Place Middle Stoke
Area Medway
Grid reference TQ843756
Operations
Post-grouping Southern Railway
Southern Region of British Railways
Platforms 1
History
17 July 1932 Opened
4 December 1961 Closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
A B C D–F G H–J K–L M–O P–R S T–V W–Z
170433 at Edinburgh Waverley.JPG UK Railways portal

Stoke Junction Halt (TQ 843 756 51°26′57″N 0°39′02″E / 51.449247°N 0.650680°E / 51.449247; 0.650680Coordinates: 51°26′57″N 0°39′02″E / 51.449247°N 0.650680°E / 51.449247; 0.650680) was a halt on the Hundred of Hoo Railway between Middle Stoke Halt and Grain Crossing Halt, it was also at the junction of the line to Allhallows-on-Sea. It was opened on 17 July 1932 and closed on 4 December 1961.[1]

Preceding station Disused railways Following station
Middle Stoke Halt   17-7-1932 to
31-12-1947
SR
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Grain Crossing Halt
or
Allhallows-on-Sea
Middle Stoke Halt   1-1-1948 to 10-7-1951
BR(S)
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Grain Crossing Halt
or
Allhallows-on-Sea
Middle Stoke Halt   11-7-1951 to 2-9-1951
BR(S)
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Allhallows-on-Sea
Middle Stoke Halt   3-9-1951 to
3-12-1961
BR(S)
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Grain
or
Allhallows-on-Sea

References[edit]

  1. ^ Southern Railway Halts, p56

Sources.[edit]

  • Kidner, R. W. (1985). Southern Railway Halts. Survey and Gazetteer. Headington, Oxford: The Oakwood Press. ISBN 0-85361-321-4. 

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