Plymouth Station data

Plymouth railway Stations, opening - closing

 

Plymouth railway Stations, opening - closing

 

GWR/SD/CR

Opened Closed

 

St. Budeaux Platform 1st June 1904

renamed St Budeaux Ferry Rd 26th September 1949

Keyham 1st June 1900

Ford Platform 1st June 1904 6th November 1941

renamed Ford Halt 10thJuly 1922

Dockyard Halt 1st June 1905

Devonport 4th May 1859

renamed Devonport Albert Rd 1949

renamed Devonport 1974

Wingfield Villas Halt 1st June 1904 June 1921

Plymouth Millbay 2nd April 1849 23rd April 1941

Plymouth North Rd 28th March 1877

renamed Plymouth 1966

Plymouth Mutley 1st August 1871 2nd March 1939

Lipson Vale 1st June 1904 22nd May 1942

Laira Halt 1st June 1904 7th June 1930

Laira Green 5th May 1848 2nd March 1849

Plympton 15th June 1848 2nd March 1959

MountGould & Tothill Halt 2nd October 1905 1st February 1918

Plymstock 1st July 1897 10th September 1951

Billacombe 17th January 1898 7th July 1930

re-opened 3rd November 1941 7th October 1947

Elburton Cross 17th January 1898 7th July 1930

re-opened 3rd November 1941 7th October 1947

Marsh Mills 15th March 1861 31st December 1962

Plym Bridge Platform 1st May 1906 31st December 1962

 

 

LSWR/PD&SWJR/SR

 

Tamerton Foliot 1st January 1898 10th September 1962

renamed Tamerton Foliot Halt

St Budeaux (called St. Budeaux for Saltash in timetable) 2nd June 1890

renamed St. Budeaux Victoria Rd 26th September 1962

Weston Mill Halt 1st November 1906 September 1921

Camels Head Halt 1st November 1906 4th May 1942

Ford 2nd June 1890 7th September 1964

Albert Road Halt 1st October 1906 13 January 1947

Devonport 18th May 1876 7th September 1967

renamed Devonport Kings Rd 26th September 1949

Friary 1st July 1891 15th September 1958

Lucas Terrace Halt 1st June 1904 23rd March 1942

Oreston 1st July 1897 10th September 1951

Turnchaple 1st July 1897 10th September 1951

 

Admiralty Platform 1886

Millbay Quay July 1971

Ocean Quay (Stonehouse Pool) 9th April 1904 28th May 1910

Bull Point Temp platform, no dates but was there in 1916