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COMBEROW STATION

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Remains of the station at Comberow, part of the West Somerset Mineral Railway, opened in 1856 and closed in 1898. The remains of the platform and station building are visible but have large saplings obscuring it. It is 25 metres long, 6 metre wide with a stone revetted front edge, 0.7 metres high. The remains of a demolished building, the station, lie on the platform. They comprise a stone revettment wall, 10 metres long and 1.7 metres high with a large ash growing out of it. A disturbed area to the front comprises demolition debris. The station masters house is now called Water House and has been modernised and extended.

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