- Malpas railway station
Malpas Location Place Hampton Heath Area Cheshire West and Chester Coordinates Coordinates: Grid reference SJ498491 Operations Line Whitchurch and Tattenhall Railway Original company London and North Western Railway Pre-grouping London and North Western Railway Post-grouping London, Midland and Scottish Railway History 1 October 1872 Opened September 16, 1957 Closed Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom Closed railway stations in Britain
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Malpas railway station was a railway station near to the village of Malpas, Cheshire on the Whitchurch and Tattenhall Railway or Chester-Whitchurch Branch Line. The Station itself was actually located at Hampton Heath and was also known as Hampton Station.
On the eve of an official visit to Chester in May 1917 during the First World War, the Royal Train carrying George V and Queen Mary stopped for the night at Malpas station. Troops from the Household Division guarded the area throughout the stay.
The track bed has been almost obliterated but the station has been restored. These building are now used as offices.
Preceding station Disused railways Following station Broxton Whitchurch and Tattenhall Railway Grindley Brook (Halt)
Closed railway stations in Cheshire St Helens and Runcorn Gap Railway Birkenhead Railway Chester to CreweWaverton · Tattenhall Road · Beeston Castle and Tarporley · Calveley · Worleston Macclesfield to MarpleBollington · Higher Poynton · Middlewood Higher Northwich to SandbachBillinge Green Halt · Middlewich · Cledford Bridge Halt Winsford and Over Branch LineWhitegate · Winsford and Over Whitchurch and Tattenhall RailwayWaverton · Tattenhall · Broxton · Malpas · Grindley Brook Halt Sandbach to KidsgroveWheelock and Sandbach · Hassall Green · Lawton Warrington and Altrincham Junction RailwayWarrington Arpley · Latchford · Thelwall · Lymm · Heatley & Warburton Mid-Cheshire LineChester Northgate · Mickle Trafford East · Barrow for Tarvin Chester & Connah's Quay Railway Helsby to Mouldsworth JunctionHelsby and Alvanley · Manley Nantwich to Market DraytonCoole Pilate Halt · Audlem · Coxbank Halt Wirral LineUpton-by-Chester · Mollington · Ledsham Other stationsAlsager Road · Balderton · Betley Road · Bosley · Burton Point · Collins Green · Culcheth · Ditton · Macclesfield Hibel Road · Minshull Vernon · Moore · Mow Cop and Scholar Green · Newchurch Halt · North Rode · Over and Wharton · Preston Brook · Radway Green and Barthomley · Sutton Weaver · Willaston
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