Fulbourne railway station was opened in about August 1852 (when it first appeared in timetables such as Bradshaw) as a station on the Newmarket Railway. It closed to passengers on 2 January 1967. Unlike the village (Fulbourn) the name of the station used a different spelling (Fulbourne), as you can see in one of the images below.
Looking eastwards along the present railway line where the two overgrown platforms can still be seen:
A similar view in the mid 1960's when the station buildings were still there:
Looking eastwards across the level crossing, where the station house/ticket office can be seen on the left. c.1910:
Looking westwards in the mid 1960's towards the station house/ticket office and signal box:
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