Newport Pagnell
Newport Pagnell RCTS Rail Tour geograph-2821405-by-Ben-Brooksbank.jpg
LNWR Webb Coal Tank No. 58887 at Newport Pagnell in 1954.
General information
LocationNewport Pagnell, Borough of Milton Keynes
England
Grid referenceSP871435
Platforms1
Other information
StatusDisused
History
Original companyNewport Pagnell Railway
Pre-groupingLondon and North Western Railway
Key dates
2 September 1867Station opened
7 September 1964station closed (passengers)
22 May 1967Station closed (completely)
Location

Newport Pagnell railway station was a railway station that served Newport Pagnell, Buckinghamshire, on the Wolverton–Newport Pagnell line. Opened in 1867 the station consisted of a brick built station building, and extensive goods facilities.

The last passenger train ran on 6 September 1964 and the last goods train on 22 May 1967. The station site is now under Shepherd's Close, a modern residential development.[1]

Motive Power Depot

The London and North Western Railway opened a small motive power depot at the south side of the line near the station in 1886. This was closed 15 June 1955 and demolished.[2]

Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Great Linford
Line and station closed
  London and North Western Railway
Wolverton to Newport Pagnell Line
  Terminus

See also

Stations in and around Milton Keynes
Roade
Castlethorpe
Olney
towards Bedford
Deanshanger
Old Stratford
Stony Stratford
Newport Pagnell
Wolverton Works
Great Linford
Wolverton
Bradwell
Woburn Sands
Milton Keynes Central
Bow Brickhill
Denbigh Hall
Fenny Stratford
Bletchley TMD
Bletchley
former Varsity Line /
planned East West Rail
to
Oxford
Bletchley Flyover

References

  1. ^ Disused stations: Newport Pagnell
  2. ^ Roger Griffiths and Paul Smith, The directory of British engine sheds:1 (Oxford Publishing Co., 1999), p.117. ISBN 0 86093 542 6.

Coordinates: 52°05′00″N 0°43′50″W / 52.0834°N 0.7305°W / 52.0834; -0.7305