Marefield Junction railway station


Marefield Junction railway station

Marefield Junction was a railway station in Marefield, Leicestershire. Services ran eastwards to Leicester, northwards to Nottingham and south to Market Harborough. [British Railways Atlas.1947. p.16]


Former Services

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