Darlaston James Bridge railway station
|Darlaston James Bridge|
Site of former station between Walsall Rd and Kendricks Rd
|Area||Metropolitan Borough of Walsall|
|Original company||Grand Junction Railway|
|Pre-grouping||London and North Western Railway|
|Post-grouping||London, Midland and Scottish Railway|
|Disused railway stations in the United Kingdom|
|Closed railway stations in Britain|
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Darlaston James Bridge railway station was a station built on the Grand Junction Railway in 1837, serving the James Bridge area in the east of the town centre of Darlaston, near the junction of Walsall Road and Bentley Mill Way.
Darlaston Loop Line
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It was also known simply as Darlaston, which can be confused with the LNWR station located in the town centre on the Darlaston Loop off the South Staffordshire Line. It ran to the now disused Wednesbury Town railway station via the former Wood Green railway station. The station closed in the late 1800's to passengers and the line in the late 1960s to freight traffic and diverted services.
Willenhall was awarded backing for a reopening of a railway station on the Walsall-Wolverhampton Line in March 2018.. In August 2018, Darlaston was also awarded a new station near Cemetery Road which proposed to be located north of Kendricks Road directly adjacent to the old station site. It is currently planned that the station will reopen to passengers in December 2021.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Willenhall Bilston Street||London and North Western Railway
Walsall to Wolverhampton Line
|Grand Junction Railway
to Walsall Line
- "Darlaston (James Bridge) Station". Rail Around Birmingham and the West Midlands. Retrieved 30 March 2017.
- Drake, James (1838). Drake’s Road Book of the Grand Junction Railway (1838). Moorland Reprints. ISBN 0903485257.
- "£4 billion of transport infrastructure over coming decade". West Midlands Combined Authority. Retrieved 23 July 2016.
- "West Midlands Strategic Transport Plan". Retrieved 11 September 2017.
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