Warmley railway station

Warmley railway station

Infobox UK disused station
name = Warmley
gridref = ST672733

caption = Warmley railway station in 1972
manager = Midland Railway
owner = London, Midland and Scottish Railway
London Midland Region of British Railways
locale = Warmley
borough = South Gloucestershire
platforms = 2
years1 = 4 August 1869
events1 = Opened
years2 = 7 March 1966
events2 = Closed

Warmley was a small railway station just south of Mangotsfield on the Midland Railway Mangotsfield and Bath Branch Line.

It was served by stopping trains to Mangotsfield, Bristol St Philips and Bristol Temple Meads, via Bitton and Oldland Common.



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