Wombwell Central railway station

Wombwell Central Railway Station

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Wombwell Central railway station

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Wombwell Central railway station was a railway station situated on the South Yorkshire Railway company's line between Mexborough and Barnsley. The station lay between Wath Central and Stairfoot. The station was built to serve the mining village of Wombwell, near Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England and is situated on its northern edge.

The original Wombwell railway station was opened by the S.Y.R. in September 1851 and was replaced by a new structure in the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway's "Double Pavilion" style in the 1880s. It was closed, when the Doncaster to Barnsley local passenger service was withdrawn on 29 June 1959.

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