Bromley Halt railway station
The former site of Bromley Halt.
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Bromley Halt was a small railway stop on the Wombourne Branch Line. It had very poor patronage and, along with the rest of the line's passenger stations, was closed just seven years after its introduction by the Great Western Railway in 1925. The halt served the communities between Pensnett, Wordsley and Kingswinford.
Bromley Halt ran alongside the Stourbridge Extension Canal, which itself was eventually removed. Only two platforms and a single line from Bromley Halt to Pensnett Halt and Kingswinford Junction remain.
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"The Wombourne Branch" (1925-1932)
- "Bromley Halt". Rail Around Birmingham and the West Midlands. Retrieved 31 March 2017.
- Mitchell, Vic; Smith, Keith (2009). Wolverhampton to Shrewsbury. Middleton Press. figs. 54-55. ISBN 9781906008444. OCLC 286385795.
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