Oxspring railway station

Oxspring railway station was a short lived station built by the Sheffield, Ashton-Under-Lyne and Manchester Railway to serve the village of Oxspring, South Yorkshire, England. The station opened on 5 December 1845 but due to cost-cutting measures it was closed, along with Dog Lane, Hazelhead and Thurgoland, on 5 November 1847.

Oxspring
LocationOxspring, Barnsley
England
Other information
StatusDisused
Key dates
5 December 1845Station opened
5 November 1847Station closed


Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Penistone   British Railways
Great Central Main Line
  Thurgoland

ReferencesEdit

  • Dow, George. "Geat Central Volume 1" (The Progenitors, 1813 - 1865)
  • "A Railway Chronology of the Sheffield Area", Edited by Richard V. Proctor, Sheffield City Libraries, 1975. ISBN 0-900660-25-2

Coordinates: 53°30′48″N 1°35′44″W / 53.5134°N 1.5955°W / 53.5134; -1.5955