Former Puncheston Railway Station

Former Puncheston Railway Station


Little Newcastle, United Kingdom (GB)
Puncheston was a station in Wales. The station opened 11.4.1885, closed to passengers 2.10.1937 and closed completely 25.10.1937. The station was opened by the North Pembrokeshire & Fishguard Railway and closed by the Great Western Railway.

What's left today:
The site of the station is a field and overgrown. Suspected overgrown remains of the platform are thought to be present at the site and are visble during the winter months. The cutting nearby under the road bridge has been filled in and the small bump in the road is all that remains of the filled in bridge
Puncheston was a station in Wales. The station opened 11.4.1885, closed to passengers 2.10.1937 and closed completely 25.10.1937. The station was opened by the North Pembrokeshire & Fishguard Railway and closed by the Great Western Railway.

What's left today:
The site of the station is a field and overgrown. Suspected overgrown remains of the platform are thought to be present at the site and are visble during the winter months. The cutting nearby under the road bridge has been filled in and the small bump in the road is all that remains of the filled in bridge
View in Google Earth Land - Rail
Links: www.disused-stations.org.uk
By: Drudii

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