Midford Station located at 7DA, Two Tunnels, Midford, Bath BA2 7DD, UK

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Treve Jenkyn

5 Google Rating

Look at the timetable to see what we have lost

5/ 5

Look at the timetable to see what we have lost

Jacob Dog

4 Google Rating

Unused station on the two tunnels cycle path. A good point to take the back lanes across to cycle pa

4/ 5

Unused station on the two tunnels cycle path. A good point to take the back lanes across to cycle path 24 for either Bradford on Avon or Bath

Rita Millman

5 Google Rating

Amazing

5/ 5

Amazing

Maura Perna

5 Google Rating

Lugar lindo

5/ 5

Lugar lindo

NurGul Karadeniz

4 Google Rating

4/ 5

Stella Jales

3 Google Rating

This once railway station is a good place to stop to eat your picnic lunch. There is one bench seat

3/ 5

This once railway station is a good place to stop to eat your picnic lunch. There is one bench seat as well as the edge of the old platform to sit on. Interesting information board about the old railway.

MYLES BREARY

5 Google Rating

Not a station any more, but now part of walk cycle way, lots information, lovely views, had a lovely

5/ 5

Not a station any more, but now part of walk cycle way, lots information, lovely views, had a lovely walk.

John Eden

5 Google Rating

Historic station on former Somerset and Dorset Railway, closed in the mid-'60's. Interesting pictori

5/ 5

Historic station on former Somerset and Dorset Railway, closed in the mid-'60's. Interesting pictorial representation of station buildings, long demolished. Hope and Anchor Pub excellent refreshments stop if doing the Bristol / Bath / Radstock / Frome cycle route

Shells D

4 Google Rating

Interesting unforgettable board about the steam trains and station. Good walk. Be aware no dogs allo

4/ 5

Interesting unforgettable board about the steam trains and station. Good walk. Be aware no dogs allowed between Wellow and Midford!

Matthew Rose

5 Google Rating

Nice location with the old railway bridge stretching over the village with station nicely preserved

5/ 5

Nice location with the old railway bridge stretching over the village with station nicely preserved on the cycle route.

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