Measham railway station

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52°42'11"N
001°30'30"W
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 United Kingdom
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Measham railway station is a disused railway station that formerly served the village of Measham, North West Leicestershire from 1874 to 1931. The station was on the Ashby and Nuneaton Joint Railway. The station is the only building on the Ashby - Shackerstone section to still be in situ. The trackbed has since been filled in and is now a footpath to Moira. The goods shed is also still standing at Measham.
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