Mile End railway station (London)

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Mile End
LocationBethnal Green
Grid referenceTQ350824
Number of platforms2
Railway companies
Original companyEastern Counties Railway
Pre-groupingGreat Eastern Railway
Key dates
1841 (1841)[1]Opened
1872 (1872)Closed
Replaced byBethnal Green Junction
Other information
Underground sign at Westminster.jpg London transport portal

Mile End was a railway station in Bethnal Green, east London, opened in 1841 by the Eastern Counties Railway on its line between the Shoreditch terminus and Coborn Road.

Shoreditch station was later renamed Bishopsgate, and an additional station called Bishopsgate (Low Level) opened preceding Mile End.

In 1872 a new connection between Liverpool Street, which by then was the new terminus of the Great Eastern Railway, and Hackney Downs was opened and Mile End station was closed and replaced by Bethnal Green Junction just 10 chains (0.20 km) to the west, which later became known simply as Bethnal Green.

See also[edit]


Preceding station   Disused railways   Following station
Bishopsgate (Low Level)   Great Eastern Railway   Coborn Road

Coordinates: 51°31′28″N 0°03′19″W / 51.52436°N 0.05519°W / 51.52436; -0.05519

References[edit]

  1. ^ Forgotten Stations of Great London by J.E.Connor and B.Halford- page 67