Nightingale Valley Halt railway station


Nightingale Valley Halt railway station
Nightingale Valley Halt
Nightingale Valley Halt.jpg
The Halt during its time in operation.
Operations
Original company Portishead Railway
Platforms 1
History
9 July 1928 Opened
12 September 1932 Closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Coordinates: 51°27′22″N 2°37′50″W / 51.456221°N 2.630585°W / 51.456221; -2.630585

Nightingale Valley halt is located in Bristol
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Nightingale Valley halt
Nightingale Valley halt, Bristol

Nightingale Valley Halt was a railway station near Bristol, England, on the Portishead Railway. It was situated approximately 190 metres north-west of the Clifton Suspension Bridge, and was for the benefit of visitors to Leigh Woods. No significant traces of the station survive today

Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Clifton Bridge
Line open, Station closed
  Great Western Railway
Portishead Railway
  Ham Green Halt
Line open, Station closed

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