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UK railway stations – U

Station Name Postcode

External link to
Map of station at
Multimap.com
Code
External link to
livedepartureboards
showing current
Departures and
Arrivals for
this station
Uckfield TN22 5AA UCK
Uddingston G71 7LR UDD
Ulceby DN39 6TY ULC
Ulleskelf LS24 9UH ULL
Ulverston LA12 0DP ULV
Umberleigh EX37 9AA UMB
University (Birmingham) B15 2SG UNI
University (of Ulster) BT52 2NF
Uphall EH54 5QE UHA
Up Holland WN8 9QB UPL
Upminster RM14 2TH UPM
Upper Halliford TW17 8RL UPH
Upper Holloway N19 4DL UHL
Upper Tyndrum FK20 8RQ UTY
Upper Warlingham CR3 0EP UWL
Upton CH43 9RY UPT
Upwey DT3 5RB UPW
Urmston M41 9SG URM
Uttoxeter ST14 8AX UTT

See also

External links

  • List of National Rail Station codes. National Rail covers railways in Great Britain only. Stations in Northern Ireland are not listed.
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