Category:Ballingham railway station

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English: Ballingham railway station is a disused stone built railway station that served the villages of Ballingham and Carey in Herefordshire that was situated between two of the most substantial structures on the the Great Western Railway line linking Ross-on-Wye and Hereford, Ballingham Railway Bridge and Ballingham Tunnel. Proposed by the then owner of Ballingham Court the station was had a limited service and was never well used. It closed, along with the line, on 2 November 1964.
Ballingham railway station 
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Instance of railway station
Named after
LocationHerefordshire, West Midlands, England
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51° 58′ 36.84″ N, 2° 37′ 49.08″ W

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Ballingham railway station (en); station Ballingham (nl) イングランドの鉄道駅 (ja); gare ferroviaire britannique (fr); stasiun kereta api di Inggris (id); محطة قطار في المملكة المتحدة (ar); spoorwegstation in het Verenigd Koninkrijk (nl)

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