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Southam Road and Harbury railway station

Southam Road & Harbury
Station remains in 2005
Place Harbury
Area Stratford-on-Avon

52°14′04″N 1°25′57″W / 52.23457°N 1.43256°W / 52.23457; -1.43256Coordinates: 52°14′04″N 1°25′57″W / 52.23457°N 1.43256°W / 52.23457; -1.43256

Grid reference SP388597
Original company Birmingham and Oxford Junction Railway
Pre-grouping Great Western Railway
Post-grouping Great Western Railway
Platforms 2
1 October 1852 Station opens
2 November 1964 Station closes
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Southam Road and Harbury railway station was a railway station a mile east of Harbury, Warwickshire.


The station was on the Birmingham and Oxford Junction Railway, which was taken over by the Great Western Railway prior to opening from Banbury to Birmingham on 1 October 1852; Southam Road and Harbury was one of nine intermediate stations originally provided.[1] The station was brick-built and had a goods siding.

British Railways closed the station to goods traffic on 11 November 1963,[2] and to passengers on 2 November 1964.[3][4] It was subsequently demolished and few traces remain. The route is now part of the Chiltern Main Line.


Preceding station Historical railways Following station
Fenny Compton
Line open; station closed
  Great Western Railway
Chiltern Main Line
  Leamington Spa
Line and station open



External links

  • Southam Road and Harbury station on navigable 1954 O.S. map
  • Southam Road and Harbury station today
  • Southam Road and Harbury station on Warwickshire Railways
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