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N Scale Adlestrop railway station 1:148 3d printed

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N Scale Adlestrop railway station 1:148

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From wikipedia:

 

Adlestrop railway station was a railway station which served the village of Adlestrop in GloucestershireEngland, between 1853 and 1966. It was on what is now called the Cotswold Line.

 

Adlestrop station was opened on 4 June 1853 by the Oxford, Worcester and Wolverhampton Railway (OW&W) as part of the 40 mi (64 km) section of the Cotswold Linefrom Wolvercot Junction to Evesham. On 1 January 1860 the OW&W became part of the West Midland Railway which, on 1 August 1863, was absorbed by the Great Western Railway.[9] It then passed on to the Western Region of British Railways after nationalisation in 1948British Railways closed Adlestrop to goods traffic on 26 August 1963 and to passenger traffic on 3 January 1966.

 

The station building was demolished soon after closure in 1966. A station seat and nameboard were subsequently moved to a bus shelter in the village. Trains on the Cotswold Line pass the station site in the Evenlode Valley, where all evidence of its existence has vanished. The stationmaster's house is now a private residence, while the former goods yard is a vehicle dump.

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N Scale Adlestrop railway station 1:148
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