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Uppingham railway station was a station in Uppingham, Rutland. It was the terminus of a branch line from Seaton and opened in 1894 and closed in 1960. In 1910, there were five trains daily to Seaton and four return (five on Fridays) and in 1922 there were also five but seven return.
The station buildings were demolished and the site became a small industrial area.
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Line and station closed
- British Railways Pre-Grouping Atlas and Gazetteer.
- Bradshaw's Railway Guide, April 1910.
- Bradshaw's Railway Guide, July 1922.
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