Ruthin railway station

Ruthin railway station

Ruthin railway station served the town of Ruthin in Wales. It closed in 1963.

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Denbigh, Ruthin and Corwen Railway|col=FFFF00

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* [,358,1 Ruthin station on navigable 1952 O. S. map]

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