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Acklington Railway Station (Acklington)

Acklington Railway Station.
Acklington Railway Station.

Acklington Railway Station is one of a series of stations built by Benjamin Green for the Newcastle to Berwick line of 1847-9. None of the stations are identical, but all are Tudor in character. There is also a rare unaltered example of a mid-19th century goods shed. The station is now a private house. These are Grade II Listed Buildings protected by law.

Reference number:N5564
Historical period: Post Medieval (1540 to 1901)
Legal status:Listed Building
Event(s):DESK BASED ASSESSMENT, Southern Trunk Main Warkworth to North Gosforth. Archaeological and Cultural Heritage Assessment 2006; Tyne and Wear Museums

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Source of Reference
Local History of Acklington


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