Chelsea and Fulham railway station

Chelsea And Fulham Railway Station

Chelsea and Fulham railway station

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Chelsea and Fulham railway station on the West London Line (WLL) was opened in 1863 by the West London Extension Railway. It was between the King's Road and the Fulham Road. It closed in 1940 after Second World War bomb damage and never reopened. In March 2008 only the platform riser walls and some platform nosings remained.

Chelsea Football Club wishing to expand their Stamford Bridge stadium would have benefited had the adjacent station been re-opened,but re-opening is unlikely, as a new station opened on 27 September 2009 near the site which would have to have platforms narrower than present standards require.

External links

  • , SubBrit disused stations projects
  • , A History of the County of Middlesex: Volume 12: Chelsea (2004), pp. 2–13. (Victoria County History series).

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