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London North Western Railway - Stations and other important locations in the County of Warwickshire

The following is a list of Stations, Junctions, Goods Depots, etc, which at one time were part of the County of Warwickshire. This includes stations such as the L&NWR's and Midland Railway's stations in Tamworth which when their stations were first built was part of Warwickshire but ceded to Staffordshire in 1889. The list also includes a number of stations from towns and villages which had previously been part of other counties such as Staffordshire and Worcestershire but after being absorbed into the City of Birmingham became part of the County of Warwickshire. Examples include Kings Norton, Bournville, Barnt Green, etc on the Midland Railway's line to Gloucester. Finally a small number of stations from other counties which were never part of Warwickshire have been included where their inclusion completes a route. On example being the Midland Railway's Birmingham to Evesham route where Evesham, Harvington, Redditch and Alvechurch have been included to complete all stations along the line. We have included the stations on the Harborne line as being part of the L&NWR's list because whilst the Harborne Railway was indepently owned until 1923 when it was absorbed into the LMS, it was operated by the L&NWR. Where a station was known by more than one name we have endeavoured to list them separately but linked both to the same station page. As this information is currently incomplete the list will be updated when we find the information. We have also provided a map showing the railways within and around the County of Warwickshire as well as providing the information for each railway company.

Stations, Junctions, Goods Depots, etc Operational status
Adderley Park station Opened by the LNWR for passengers on 1st August 1860. No Goods facilities were ever provided.
Albany Road, Coventry Bridge opened on 2nd September 1850. Remains in use today.
Aston station Aston station opened in 1854 by the LNWR for passengers services only. Remains in use today. No Goods facilities were provided.
Atherstone station Atherstone station open to passengers on 30th November 1847.
Banbury Street Ticket Platform Last used to collect tickets on 1st July 1885.
Bedworth station The LNWR opened the Coventry to Nuneaton Line and Bedworth station on 12th September 1850. On 18th January 1965 British Railways withdrew passenger services from the line and closed Bedworth station. BR reopened Bedworth station 10th May 1988 and normal passenger services have resumed from 16th May 1988.
Berkswell station On 27th November 1844 the London & Birmingham Railway Board ordered that there be provided platforms and booking huts to be provided at Docker's Lane, Berkswell station's original name. The name then changed to Berkswell on 1st January 1853, then to Berkswell & Balsall Common on 1st February 1928 before reverting to Berkswell again some time later.
Birmingham New Street station The station formally opened on 1st June 1854, although part of the station had already been since 1852 as the terminus for Stour Valley Railway.
Birmingham Southern Approaches Open
Birdingbury station Birdingbury station opened at the same as the line between Rugby and Leamington on 1st March 1851. The goods yard closed in August 1953 and the station closed to passengers on 15th June 1959 when passenger services on the line ceased.
Blake Street station Blake Street station opened for passengers in 1884. No goods facilities were provided.
Brandon & Wolston station Opened as Brandon station on 9th April 1838. Rebuilt nearby as Brandon and Wolston station on 2nd October 1879 and closed on 12th September 1960.
Braunston London Road station Opened as Braunston station on 1st August 1895. On 1st July 1950 it was renamed Braunston London Road. Station closed to passengers on 15th September 1958.
Brinklow station Opened as Stretton (or Streeton) station on 15th September 1847. Renamed Brinklow station on 1st February 1870. Station closed to passengers on 16th September 1957 and for goods on the 20th February 1961.
Bulkington station Closed
Chester Road Station Chester Road station opened on 1st December 1863. No goods facilities were provided.
Chilvers Coton Station Chilvers Coton station opened on 2nd September 1850 and remained opened until 18th January 1965. No goods facilities were provided.
Clifton Mills Station Clifton Mills station opened on 1st May 1850 and closed on 6th June 1966. No goods facilities were provided.
Coundon Road Station First named Counden Road, the station opened on 2nd September 1850 (changed to Coundon Road in 1894) and closed on 18th January 1965. Goods facilities were provided for coal merchants and closed after passenger traffic withdrawn.
Coventry Station Open for Passengers.
Coventry Loop Line Closed
Coventry Three Spires Junction Loop Line lifted
Curzon Street Station Closed
Curzon Street Goods Depot Open
Daimler Halt Closed
Dunchurch Station Closed
Erdington Station Open for Passengers. No Goods
Flecknoe Station Closed
Foleshill Station Closed
Four Oaks Station Open for Passengers.
Gravelly Hill Station Open for Passengers. No Goods
Great Barr Station Open for Passengers.
Hagley Road Station Closed
Hampton-in-Arden Station Open for Passengers.
Handsworth Wood Station Closed
Handsworth Junction Open for Passengers.
Harborne Station Closed
Harborne Junction Branch line lifted
Hawkesbury Lane Station Closed
Icknield Port Road Station Closed
Kenilworth Station Closed
Kenilworth Junction Diversion line lifted
Lawley Street Station Closed
Lea Hall Station Open for Passengers.
Leamington Avenue Station Closed
Leamington Milverton Station Closed
Longford & Exhall Station Closed
Marston Green Station Open for Passengers.
Marton Station Closed
Marton Junction Closed
Milverton for Warwick Station Closed
Monument Lane Station Closed
Napton & Stockton Station Closed
Nuneaton Station Trent Valley Open for Passengers.
Offchurch Cutting Closed
Perry Barr Station Open for Passengers.
Perry Barr North Junction Open
Polesworth Station Open for Passengers.
Rotton Park Station Closed
Rugby Station Open for Passengers.
Shilton Station Closed
Soho Station Closed
Soho East Junction Open
Soho Road Station Closed
Soho Soap Junction Open
Southam & Long Itchington Station Closed
Stechford Station Open for Passengers.
Sutton Coldfield Station Open for Passengers.
Tamworth Low Level Station Open for Passengers.
Three Spires Junction Loop line lifted
Tile Hill Station Open for Passengers.
Vauxhall & Duddeston Station Open for Passengers.
Warwick Station Closed
Warwick Milverton Station Closed
Winson Green Station Closed
Witton Station Open for Passengers.
Wylde Green Station) Open for Passengers.