Redbrook-On-Wye - Railways of the Forest of Dean

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Originating with the construction of the railway,  Redbrook-on-Wye was always a well-kept station, with its flower displays well  known as a local landmark and often winning prizes. Although starting out with  passenger and goods facilities, and a signal box, the usage of the facilities  declined over the 83 years that the station was open. The main source of freight  for the station was the local tinplate works, but this did not prosper as well as originally hoped for, although output was steady and lasted to 1961.

The station was on the west bank of the river, with the river  bridge just north of the station.
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