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Railway station, Carshalton

Railway station, Carshalton


A topographical carte-de-visite showing a view of the railway station at Carshalton in Surrey. An inscription on the album page identified the location as ‘Carshalton Railway Station / North Street.’

The station is on the line opened by the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway between Peckham Rye and Sutton on 1 October 1868, one of the many suburban lines opened by that company. The original station of Carshalton was built on the Sutton to West Croydon line in May 1847, a mile to the southeast and is now named Wallington.

Photographer unidentified.

 

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