Bluestone Railway Station
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Bluestone Railway Station

Bluestone
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Bluestone Railway Station in 2009
Location
PlaceHeydon and Oulton
AreaBroadland
Grid referenceTG141267
Operations
Original companyEastern and Midlands Railway
Platforms1
History
5 April 1883Opened
1 March 1916Closed
Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom
The station in 1963

Bluestone railway station was a station in Norfolk, England. It was on the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway between Corpusty and Aylsham North. It opened in the late 19th century, to serve the surrounding farms and settlements, and closed in 1916 owing to poor use.[1]

It was located between the villages of Heydon and Oulton, with the station lying just within Heydon's civil parish. RAF Oulton, a now-disused airfield, was constructed in 1939-40 between the village of Oulton and the site of the station.

Former Services
Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Corpusty   Midland and Great Northern
Yarmouth Line
  Aylsham North

References

External links

Bluestone Railway Station in 2009

Coordinates: 52°47?46?N 1°10?26?E / 52.7962°N 1.1738°E / 52.7962; 1.1738


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