Grain Crossing Halt railway station

Grain Crossing Halt (TQ 863 753 51°26′45″N 0°40′55″E / 51.445943°N 0.681966°E / 51.445943; 0.681966Coordinates: 51°26′45″N 0°40′55″E / 51.445943°N 0.681966°E / 51.445943; 0.681966) was a halt on the Hundred of Hoo Railway between Stoke Junction Halt and Port Victoria station in the UK. It was opened on 1 July 1906 and closed to passengers on 11 June 1951. A bus service operated until 3 September 1951, when it was replaced by Grain station. Although officially named Grain Crossing Halt the station nameboard read Grain Halt[2][3]

Grain Crossing Halt
Grain Halt Station.JPG
General information
LocationMiddle Stoke, Medway
England
Grid referenceTQ863753
Platforms1
Other information
StatusDisused
History
Pre-groupingSouth Eastern & Chatham Railway
Post-groupingSouthern Railway
Southern Region of British Railways
Key dates
1 July 1906Opened
11 June 1951[1]Closed to rail traffic
3 September 1951Closed to passengers
Site of Grain Crossing Halt


Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Middle Stoke Halt   1-7-1906 to 31-12-1922
SECR
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Port Victoria
Middle Stoke Halt   1-1-1923 to
15-5-1932
SR
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Port Victoria
Stoke Junction Halt   16-5-1932 to 31-12-1947
SR
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Port Victoria
Stoke Junction Halt   1-1-1948 to 10-6-1951
BR(S)
Hundred of Hoo Railway
  Port Victoria

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Railway Passenger Stations by M.Quick page 203
  2. ^ Southern Railway Halts, p45
  3. ^ Subterranea Britannica

Sources.Edit

  • Kidner, R. W. (1985). Southern Railway Halts. Survey and Gazetteer. Headington, Oxford: The Oakwood Press. ISBN 0-85361-321-4.

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