Former Addiscombe Railway Station

Former Addiscombe Railway Station


Croydon, United Kingdom (GB)
Addiscombe was a terminus in London. The station was opened 1st April 1864 as Croydon, renamed Addiscombe in March 1926 and the station closed 31st May 1997. The station was opened by the Mid Kent Railway and closed by Railtrack (South East Trains).

What's left today:
Most of the station has been demolished. A new housing estate is built on the site. A retaining wall of railway orgin does remain and part of the boundaries of the station building survives and is used as the entrance to the estate.
Addiscombe was a terminus in London. The station was opened 1st April 1864 as Croydon, renamed Addiscombe in March 1926 and the station closed 31st May 1997. The station was opened by the Mid Kent Railway and closed by Railtrack (South East Trains).

What's left today:
Most of the station has been demolished. A new housing estate is built on the site. A retaining wall of railway orgin does remain and part of the boundaries of the station building survives and is used as the entrance to the estate.
View in Google Earth Transportation - Rail, Land - Rail
Links: en.wikipedia.org, www.disused-stations.org.uk
By: Drudii

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