Elslack railway station


Elslack railway station

Infobox UK disused station
name = Elslack
gridref =
latitude = 53.9422
longitude = -2.1126


caption =
manager = Midland Railway
owner = London, Midland and Scottish Railway
locale = Elslack
borough = Craven, North Yorkshire
platforms = 2
years =
events = Opened
years2 = 1952
events2 = Closed to passengers
years3 =
events3 =

Elslack railway station once served the small village of Elslack in the West Riding of Yorkshire, England. The station was built by the Leeds and Bradford Extension Railway and closed in 1952. [cite book | title=Lost Railways of Lancashire | last=Suggitt | first=Gordon | year=2003 | publisher=Countryside Books | location=Newbury, Berkshire p.75]

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