|Opened by||Great Eastern Railway|
|Key dates||Opened 1865
Coborn Road railway station was a station built by the Great Eastern Railway on the main line out of London from Liverpool Street. It was opened in 1865 to serve the surrounding Bow area. It was resited slightly to the west in 1882, and it was closed in 1946. Much of its former catchment area has been taken over by Bow Road on the District Line, Mile End on the District line and Central Line and the DLR's Bow Church.
As part of a widespread policy during the First World War of closing inner-city stops on the London main lines it was closed, never to re-open.
|Preceding station||Disused railways||Following station|
|Globe Road||Great Eastern
Great Eastern Main Line
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