London's Disused Railway Stations: Outer SE London (Capital)

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This is the third volume in a series of books looking at disused railway stations in London. This volume covers stations operated by the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway, the London, Chatham and Dover Railway, and the South Eastern Railway, that were situated in the outer reaches of the London area.

For every station, the book includes an historical account of the station, explaining the reasons for closure, accompanied by a selection of photographs illustrating the station at various points through history. The illustrations generally include images of the station whilst still open, contrasting with images taken during closure and shortly afterwards.

The stations featured in this volume are: * Norwood * Croydon Central * Honor Oak * Lordship Lane * Upper Sydenham * Crystal Palace High Level * Penge * Church Manorway Halt * Eltham Well Hall * Eltham Park * Chislehurst * Lower Sydenham * New Beckenham * Woodside * Addiscombe * Bingham Road * Coombe Road * Spencer Road Halt * Selsdon

London's Disused Railway Stations: Outer South East London features stations that have either disappeared from the railway map completely, or have been resited. Many of them were once well-known local landmarks, but many have become largely forgotten. With the aid of numerous photographs, this book provides a record of these stations and states what, if anything, survives of them at the time of writing. Hardback. 128 pages.

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