Axbridge

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<googlemap lat="51.288389" lon="-2.816464"> 51.288376, -2.816454, Axbridge </googlemap>

To Yatton: A371 - Shute Shelve
To Cheddar: A371 - Cheddar Road

History

Opened on 3rd August 1869 and closed to goods traffic on 10th June 1963 and passengers on 9th September the same year. An original Bristol & Exeter Railway signal box was replaced by a new one on 14th July 1907. The route of the railway is now the A371 Axbridge bypass but luckily the station buildings and goods shed still survive.

1960s

2007