Spennymoor railway station

Durham, England, United Kingdom

Spennymoor railway station

Spennymoor railway station served the town of Spennymoor, County Durham, England from 1845 to 1952 on the Byers Green Branch of the Clarence Railway.

The station opened in November 1845 by the Clarence Railway. It was situated on the east side of Carr Street, formerly on the A6074. The station was initially served by market day passenger services from Tod Hills (or Todhills) to the west, but services were cut back to Byers Green from 1848. The service was again extended to Tod Hills in 1865, before the passenger service on the branch was withdrawn in 1867.

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