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Micklehurst Station was built by the London and North Western Railway and served the town of Mossley, in the foothills of the Pennines. Built in 1886, the line was closed to passengers in 1907 and closed completely in 1962. The former station house and ticket office has been converted to a charming residential property and is offered for sale with the following key features: contract ready, virtual viewing, garden, 3 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, near the “Outstanding” rated Mossley Hollins high school and freehold tenure.
OIRO £450,000
Near To: Mossley
Type: Station
Bedrooms: 3
Active Line: No
Pulham Market Station was situated on the Waveney Valley Line which opened in 1855 and served from Tivetshall Station on the Norwich/London line to Beccles. Pulham Market Station enjoyed the longest platform on the Waveney Valley Line as it provided facilities for troops to embark and disembark when accessing the nearby Pulham Air Station where the 'Pulham Pigs' airships were based. At its height, the Pulham Air Station employed approximately 2500 troops.
OIRO £400,000
Near To: Pulham Market
Type: Station
Bedrooms: 4
Active Line: No
This is an opportunity to purchase an ex Station Master’s house, adjacent to the platform at Haydon Bridge on the rural Tyne Valley (Newcastle to Carlisle) line. This is a large detached four bedroom house with a large mature garden. It is in a quiet rural setting in the small village of Haydon Bridge. The village has all the local amenities that you will need, including a small Co-op, Post Office, Newsagent, Butcher, Chip shop and 3 pubs. To see more, click on the agents link, and click on ‘Video’. The house is for sale by online auction, and the starting price is £220,000
OIEO £220,000
Near To: Hexham
Type: Station
Bedrooms: 4
Active Line: Yes
This magnificent Tudor style building was designed in 1847 by the renowned railway architect, Benjamin Green, and built using Northumbrian freestone, for the Newcastle and Berwick Railway. The East Coast Main Line adjacent is still live.
Sold STC
Near To: Warkworth
Type: Station
Bedrooms: 5
Active Line: Yes