Milford Junction railway station
- Not to be confused with Milford Old Junction station (Gascoigne Wood) on the Leeds and Selby Railway
Milford Junction railway station was a railway station near to Milford Junction on the York and North Midland Railway south of the south-east connecting chord of 1840 between that railway and the Leeds and Selby Railway. The station closed on 1 October 1904, but the site remained in use for locomotive swapping. The station buildings were demolished in 1960.
- Ken Hoole (1986), A regional history of the railways of Great Britain. Vol 4, The North East (3rd ed.), David and Charles, p. 32
- University of Portsmouth, "History of Milford Junction, in Selby and West Riding", A Vision of Britain through Time
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