Former Wroxall Railway Station

Former Wroxall Railway Station


Wroxall, United Kingdom (GB)
Wroxall was a station on Isle of Wight. The station opened sometime in November 1866 and closed 18th April 1966. The station was opened by the Isle of Wight Railway and closed by British Railways (Southern Region).

What's left today:
The station has been demolished. A new road now runs through the site of the former station. However, the adacent station hotel still stands and is now being used as residenctial units. The all road bridge that once carried the original road over the railway also still stands today.
Wroxall was a station on Isle of Wight. The station opened sometime in November 1866 and closed 18th April 1966. The station was opened by the Isle of Wight Railway and closed by British Railways (Southern Region).

What's left today:
The station has been demolished. A new road now runs through the site of the former station. However, the adacent station hotel still stands and is now being used as residenctial units. The all road bridge that once carried the original road over the railway also still stands today.
View in Google Earth Land - Rail
Links: www.disused-stations.org.uk
By: Drudii

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