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Beauchief railway station

Beauchief station in 1961
Place Beauchief
Area City of Sheffield
Grid reference SK328822
Pre-grouping Midland Railway
Post-grouping LMSR
London Midland Region of British Railways
Platforms 2/4
1 February 1870 Opened as Abbey Houses
1 April 1870 renamed Beauchief
1 May 1874 renamed Beauchief and Abbey Dale
1901–3 Expanded to four platforms
19 March 1914 renamed Beauchief
2 January 1961 Closed [1]
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
UK Railways portal

Beauchief railway station (pronounced Beechif) was in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England. The station served the communities of Beauchief, Woodseats and Ecclesall and was situated on the Midland Main Line between Millhouses railway station and Dore & Totley station, near Abbeydale Road South in Beauchief. The station was originally called Abbey Houses and later Beauchief & Abbey Dale station.

The station was opened on the site of Hutcliffe Mill [1] at the same time as the main line from Chesterfield. At opening it had 2 platforms but this was increased to 4 with the widening which took place between 1901 and 1903. It closed on 1 January 1961, and the site is now occupied by a hotel, although the nearby Abbeydale Station Hotel survives as the Beauchief Hotel.

The Beauchief Hotel, formerly the Abbeydale Station Hotel


  1. ^ Butt, R.V.J., (1995) The Directory of Railway Stations, Yeovil: Patrick Stephens

External links

  • Beauchief station on navigable O.S. map
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