- Denaby Halt railway station
Denaby Halt Location Place Denaby Main Area Doncaster Coordinates Coordinates: Grid reference SE498008 Operations Original company Dearne Valley Railway Pre-grouping London and North Western Railway Post-grouping London, Midland and Scottish Railway History 3 June 1912 Station opened 1 January 1949 Station closed Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom Closed railway stations in Britain
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Denaby Halt was a small railway station on the Dearne Valley Railway (DVR), intended to serve the mining community of Denaby Main in South Yorkshire, England although it was positioned some distance from there, in what was described as 'a marshy wilderness'. The station was opened on 3 June 1912. Its full title, as shown on its nameboard, was Denaby for Conisboro' and Mexboro. The halt was located between Edlington Halt, the eastern passenger terminus of the line and Harlington Halt.
The DVR was operated by the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway and was built in order to tap the coal traffic available in the area, which could be shipped through their port at Goole.
The halt was closed on 1 January 1949.
Preceding station Disused railways Following station Harlington Halt
Line and station closed
Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway
Dearne Valley Railway
Line and station closed
Stations in Doncaster Stations Closed stations
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