Poulton curve halt railway station

Poulton Curve
Place Poulton-le-Fylde
Area Wyre

53°51′00″N 2°59′51″W / 53.8499°N 2.9974°W / 53.8499; -2.9974Coordinates: 53°51′00″N 2°59′51″W / 53.8499°N 2.9974°W / 53.8499; -2.9974

Original company Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway / London and North Western Railway
Pre-grouping LYR / LNWR
Platforms 2
1 February 1909 Opened
1 July 1952 Closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
Closed railway stations in Britain
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Poulton Curve was a halt on the Fleetwood-to-Blackpool railway line in Lancashire, England.

On 1 July 1899 a new curve was opened at Poulton-le-Fylde to complete the triangle of lines between Kirkham, Fleetwood and Blackpool. Poulton Curve Halt was opened on this section on 1 February 1909. It closed on 1 July 1952.


Maps showing
Poulton Curve Halt
Old OS Maps (estimated 1925 to 1945)
NPE Maps (1947)
Vision of Britain  
Other maps

53°51′00″N 2°59′51″W / 53.8499°N 2.9974°W / 53.8499; -2.9974

  • Suggitt, G. (2003, revised 2004) Lost Railways of Lancashire, ISBN 1-85306-801-2, p.38
  • Welch, M.S. (2004) Lancashire Steam Finale, Runpast Publishing, Cheltenham, ISBN 1-870754-61-1, p.27

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