Wall Grange Station, near Cheddleton

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Date:1900 - 1905 (c.)

Description:Wall Grange Station was opened in 1873. The line was originally constructed as single track throughout from Milton Junction (where the line diverged from the Biddulph Valley line) to Leek Brook Junction. In 1910 it was doubled for half its length between Endon and Leek Brook. This photograph predates the track doubling. The Caldon Canal is behind the platform. The station was originally built with a single platform, but a second platform was added when the line was doubled. The station is now (2016) a private residence.


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1910s
Wall Grange Station, near Cheddleton
Wall Grange Station, near Cheddleton

Wall Grange Station was opened in 1873. The line was originally constructed as single ...

1950s
Caldon Canal at Wall Grange
Caldon Canal at Wall Grange

The Caldon Canal and Churnet Valley Railway at Wall Grange, near Cheddleton. The ...

1970s
Wall Grange Railway Station, near Cheddleton
Wall Grange Railway Station, near Cheddleton

Wall Grange Station was opened in 1873. The line was originally constructed as single ...

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Image courtesy of: Mr Basil S Jeuda

Donor ref:P2016.003.0170 (37/31649)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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