Liskeard railway station

Liskeard Railway Station

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Liskeard railway station

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Liskeard station serves the town of Liskeard in Cornwall, England. The station is west of Plymouth on the Cornish Main Line and it is the junction for the Looe Valley Line.

History



Cornwall Railway

The station opened with the Cornwall Railway on 4 May 1859.West Briton and Cornwall Advertiser, Railway Special Edition, 1859

Traffic at the new station was sufficient to warrant additional goods sidings before the end of the year. There is no evidence that the steps from the booking office were ever covered, instead they were replaced with a slope in 1866.

Looe branch

A railway had run to Looe from Moorswater, in the valley west of Liskeard, since 27 December 1860. On 25 February 1901 the Liskeard and Looe Railway was extended up to the Great Western Railway station, this extension line opening to passengers on 15 May 1901.<ref...
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