Mistley railway station serves the village of Mistley, in Essex, England. It is situated on the Mayflower Line. It is served by local trains on the electrified branch line between Manningtree and Harwich Town. It was opened by the Eastern Union Railway in 1854 and the brick-built two-storey Italianate station building (not now in railway use) was probably designed by Frederick Barne.
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