Felixstowe railway station

Felixstowe Railway Station

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Felixstowe is a railway station serving the town of Felixstowe in Suffolk, England. The station is the terminus of the Felixstowe Branch Line east of .

It was opened by the Great Eastern Railway (GER) in 1898. Today the station is served by National Express East Anglia.

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Construction

Felixstowe Town station was not built when the Felixstowe branch line was opened by Colonel George Tomline in 1877. There were two reasons for this; firstly Tomline had sited the original station called on land he owned, and secondly he wanted to site it away from the Ordnance Hotel owned by Mr J C Cobbold (of the brewing family) whom Tomline detested.H.I. Quayle & G.T. Bradbury The Felixstowe Railway The Oakwood Press (1977)H.I. Quayle & G.T. Bradbury The Felixstowe Railway The Oakwood Press (1977)

The station building was built by the GER's architect W.N. Ashbee in the domestic revival style in 1898, and is a Grade II listed building. Described by the local...
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