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Beeching Reversal – St Anne’s Park Station

This is one of the Beeching Reversal projects that the Government and Network Rail are proposing to reverse some of the Beeching cuts.

This Google Map shows the proposed site of St. Anne’s Park station, between British Temple Meads and Keynsham stations.

The station is about four-five miles from Bristol Temple Meads station.

  • Bristol Temple Meads station is to the West of the map.
  • St. Anne’s Park station will be to the East of the map.
  • The station has up to two stations per hour.

The Great Western Main Line between Bristol Temple Meads and Bath runs through the site of St. Anne’s station.


There are quite a few stations like this that councils want to reopen.

July 23, 2020 - Posted by | Transport/Travel | , , , ,


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  2. The station has up to two stations per hour.

    I think you meant two trains per hour…..🤔

    Comment by MauriceGReed | July 24, 2020 | Reply

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