Monument record MYO4446 - WHELDRAKE STATION


Site of railway station on the Derwent Valley Railway, opened in 1913, closed to passengers in 1926 and closed entirely in 1968. It was single-storey, lightly built of timber with infill of lath and plaster. It was one of several to be built to a standard design.


Grid reference SE 6745 4471 (point)
Map sheet SE64SE
Civil Parish Wheldrake, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire


Type and Period (2)

Full Description

NMR Information:

Recorded by NRIM, photographed. (1)

Source: 1 National Record of Industrial Monuments Recorded by E Kellerman, Feb-1974, Record No.YO46

Related events:
NATIONAL RECORD OF INDUSTRIAL MONUMENTS (NRIM) partnership project between the RCHME, CBA and the University of Bath. 1960-1975.

RCHME Architectural survey 14/Nov/1995. (‘National Recording Project' applied to Associated Event Addresses to aid retrieval 2018.)

GIS location based on NMR information; exact location unsure.

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Protected Status/Designation

  • None recorded

Related Monuments/Buildings (0)

Related Events/Activities (1)

Record last edited

Jul 22 2019 9:32AM


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