Monument record 0578800001 - GRANDBOROUGH ROAD STATION

Summary

Historical records of nineteenth century railway station

Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Map

Type and Period (1)

  • RAILWAY STATION (19th Century - 1800 AD to 1899 AD)

Description

1883 MAP MARKS 'GRANDBOROUGH ROAD STATION' AT NGR (B6). STATION WAS 9.75 MILES FROM AYLESBURY (PLAN & ILLUS OF STATION: SHOWS BRICK BUILDING WITH CANOPY ON UP LINE, WOODEN SHELTER ON DOWN). CLOSED 6 JULY 1936 (B4). BUILDINGS DEMOLISHED; PLATFORM AREA USED FOR STORAGE OF SILAGE(B5).
Buildings report held at NMR (B7)

Sources (7)

  • <1>SBC7396 Bibliographic reference: LELEUX R 1976 THE EAST MIDLANDS (REGIONAL HISTORY OF RAILWAYS OF GREAT BRITAIN VOL 9) PP34-37.
  • <2>SBC3058 Bibliographic reference: COCKMAN F G 1972 THE RAILWAY ERA IN BUCKINGHAMSHIR E IN RECSOFBUCKS19PP156-168"".
  • <3>SBC14563 Bibliographic reference: SIMPSON B 1978 THE BANBURY TO VERNEY JUNCTION BRAN CH.
  • <4>SBC14564 Bibliographic reference: SIMPSON B 1985 THE BRILL TRAMWAY INCLUDING THE RAI LWAY FROM AYLESBURY TO VERNEY JUNCTION.
  • <5>SBC12183 Unpublished document: PIKE A R (BCM) NOV 1991 FIELD VISIT.
  • <6>SBC10315 Map: OS 1883,1885,1959 1:10560 MAPS.
  • <7>SBC23358 Unpublished document: English Heritage. 2006. NMR Buildings Reports. BF029773.

Location

Grid reference SP 74550 24210 (point)
Civil Parish EAST CLAYDON, Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire

Finds (0)

Related Monuments/Buildings (1)

Related Events/Activities (1)

  • Event - Survey: Field visit (EBC13533)

Record last edited

Apr 14 2015 10:38AM

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