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Wroxall Station (Steam)

REF NR: 312

1. The station has been demolished with a new road running across the south end of the site. The adjacent Station Hotel still stands having been converted into residential units. As built Wroxall Station had a single platform on the up side of the line. In 1925 the Southern Railway increased the line capacity on the Ryde - Ventnor route. At Wroxall this included a new crossing loop and down side platform with a small waiting shelter. A single siding served a small goods yard on the other side of the Castle Road overbridge.

1. Sources:   Images: Nick Catford


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Colour Film Footage can be seen using the "VIEWS" tab available from the information bubble.

2. Sources:  Image Films  John Huntley http://www.imagefilms.net/?page=history


3.
Wroxall station, opened when the Isle of Wight Railway extended from Shanklin to Ventnor in 1866, had two platforms, a passing loop and a 280 ft siding. The station closed in 1966 when the line to Ventnor was cut back to Shanklin.

3. Sources: http://www.semgonline.com/location/iow/wroxall_01.html Images Richard Neal

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