Longhope
LocationLonghope, Forest of Dean
England
Grid referenceSO690189
Platforms2
Other information
StatusDisused
History
Original companyHereford, Ross and Gloucester Railway
Pre-groupingGreat Western Railway
Post-groupingGreat Western Railway
Key dates
1 June 1855Station opens
2 November 1964Station closes
Hereford, Ross
and Gloucester Railway
Hereford Barrs Court
Hereford Barton
Rotherwas Junction
ROF Rotherwas
Dinedor tunnel
Holme Lacy
Ballingham tunnel
Ballingham
Fawley Tunnel
Fawley
River Wye
Backney Halt
Ross-on-Wye
Weston under Penyard Halt
Mitcheldean Road
Lea Line tunnel
Longhope
Blaisdon Halt
Grange Court
Grange Court Junction

Longhope railway station is a disused stone-built railway station that served the village of Longhope in Gloucestershire, England. Opened in 1855 with the line, it was located on the Great Western Railway line linking Ross-on-Wye and Gloucester. Longhope station was used in season to export locally produced jam and fruit. The station had a passing loop[1] on what was a single track.

The station has been demolished but the waiting room still remains.

References

Further reading

Former Services
Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Blaisdon Halt   Hereford, Ross and Gloucester Railway
British Railways
  Mitcheldean Road

Coordinates: 51°52′05″N 2°27′04″W / 51.8681°N 2.4510°W / 51.8681; -2.4510