Bideford railway station

Bideford railway station

The first Bideford railway station was opened on 2 November 1855 as the terminus of the Bideford Extension Railway from Barnstaple. This was taken over by the London and South Western Railway about ten years later.

This station closed to passengers in 1872 when the line was extended to Torrington.

Passenger trains from Barnstaple were withdrawn on 2 October 1965.

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