Appledore

[North Devon] == History == The station was, from 1908, the terminus of a line running some 7½ miles from Bideford. This line had until 1901 run only as far as Northam. Mr Harold Robert Moody was the station master. ===Infrastructure=== Appledore had a 300-ft long, one-foot high platform, situated on the down side of the line. Brick built ...
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Appledore

[Kent] Appledore railway station lies east of Appledore in Kent, England. It is on the Marshlink Line, and train services are provided by Southern. The station is located almost two miles from Appledore village and {convert|8+1/2|mi|km} south of Ashford. It is at a junction of a freight branch line running to Dungeness nuclear power station...
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