1964

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January

6th. Bristol Harbour Branch closed to traffic.
Sentinel 7492, built for working Frys chocolate factory at Keynsham in 1928, sold to Grove Scrap Iron & Steel Merchants, Fishponds.
30th. ICI Severnside works sidings opened at Severn Beach.

April

6th. Puxton and Worle station closed.
14th. Portbury Shipyard signal box closed.
20th. Clevedon station became an unstaffed halt.

June

1st. Bedminster station closed to goods.
13th. St Philips Marsh engine shed closed.
15th. Clutton station closed to goods.
15th. Midsomer Norton and Welton closed to goods.
15th. Pensford station closed to goods.
15th. Radstock North station closed to goods.

July

1st. Flax Bourton station closed to goods.
1st. Nailsea and Backwell station closed to goods.
1st. Congresbury station closed to goods.
13th. Wells Tucker Street station closed to goods.
13th. Wells East Somerset station closed to goods.
13th. Shepton Mallet High Street station closed to goods.

August

26th. Last boat train leaves Royal Edward Dock station.

September

7th. Ashton Gate halt closed.
7th. Clifton Bridge halt closed.
7th. Ham Green Halt closed.
7th. Pill station closed.
7th. Portishead station closed.

October

5th. Bleadon and Uphill station closed.
5th. Dunball station closed to passengers.
12th. Wells Priory Road station closed to goods.

November

2nd. Sharpness branch platforms at Berkeley Road station taken out of use with the closure of the route to passengers.
2nd. Berkeley station closed to passengers.
2nd. Dunball station closed to goods.
2nd. Sharpness station closed to passengers.
23rd. The Severn Beach to Pilning line closed to passengers.
23rd. Ashley Hill station closed.
23rd. Chittening Platform closed.
23rd. Cross Hands Halt closed.
23rd. Henbury station closed.
23rd. Horfield station closed.
23rd. New Passage Halt closed.
23rd. North Filton Platform closed.
23rd. Pilning Low Level station closed.