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Title: Healey House Station. L&YR Meltham Branch - DNT00291

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Healey House Station. L&YR Meltham Branch - DNT00291


The station, seen here in 1910, is named after the nearby large late 18th century house of that name. Reputedly the station was built to serve close-by Crosland Mill and reputedly was also used by the occupiers of Healey House and Crosland Hall for private trains to take them for their annual grouse shooting in Scotland.

Like the other two stations on the single track 31/2 mile Branch it opened for passengers in 1869 and closing in 1949. The line fully closed in 1965.


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“Healey House Station. L&YR Meltham Branch - DNT00291,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed July 14, 2024, https://penninehorizons.org/items/show/36675.

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