Cheddleton railway station

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Description:This image shows Cheddleton railway station, around the year 1960.

This Victorian station was built in 1849. It is one of only three original stations still surviving on the Churnet Valley line.

During the 1960s, the line closed to passenger trains, remaining open to mineral traffic until 1988.

Cheddleton station itself was saved from demolition in 1974, and today goes from strength to strength as a preserved railway, visitor attraction and museum.

This image is taken from the collection of the Churnet Valley Railway Museum.

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