Clapham Common railway station
Clapham Common station, 1863
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|Replaced by||Clapham Junction|
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Clapham Common was a railway station in Clapham. When open, it was located between Vauxhall and Wimbledon stations. The station was opened by the London and South Western Railway on the 21 May 1838 when the company opened its line from Nine Elms to Woking. It closed on 2 March 1863 when Clapham Junction was opened in its place.
The station was close to the West End of London and Crystal Palace Railway's New Wandsworth station located on a separate line, with both stations being open between 1858 and 1863 before being replaced by a combined station at Clapham Junction.
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