Tutbury and Hatton railway station


Tutbury and Hatton railway station

Infobox UK station


name=Tutbury and Hatton
manager=East Midlands Trains
locale=Tutbury/Hatton
borough=South Derbyshire
start= 11th of September 1848
platforms=2
lowusage0506=35,485

Tutbury and Hatton Station is a railway station on the Crewe to Derby Line. The original station was opened September 11, 1848 by the North Staffordshire Railway. The present station was opened in 1989 and serves the villages of Tutbury in Staffordshire, England and Hatton in Derbyshire, England. Due to spatial restrictions at the location chosen, the platforms are not opposite one another, but instead straddle the A511 road, where a signal box controls the level crossing. The station is unmanned, but still retains its original waiting shelters. All services are provided by East Midlands Trains.

External links

* [http://www.dudleymall.co.uk/loclrail/stokederby.htm Page at Dudley Mall]


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