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|HER Number:||TR 15 NE 1115|
|Type of record:||Monument|
|Name:||Site of Canterbury South station|
Site of Canterbury South station.
|Grid Reference:||TR 153 564|
|Parish:||CANTERBURY, CANTERBURY, KENT|
- RAILWAY STATION (Post Medieval to Modern - 1889 AD to 1947 AD)
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The station served the Elham Valley Railway. Opened in 1889, it was closed in 1947. The station was a timber-framed corrugated-iron structure. It was demolished sometime in the 1960s.
From The National Monuments Record:
Site of railway station on the Elham Valley Line opened 1887 in and closed in 1947.
<1> Thames Valley Archaeological Services, 2002, Nunnery Fields Hospital, Canterbury, Kent: An Archaeological Desk Based Assessment (Unpublished document). SKe8109.
Sources and further reading
|<1>||Unpublished document: Thames Valley Archaeological Services. 2002. Nunnery Fields Hospital, Canterbury, Kent: An Archaeological Desk Based Assessment. |