Seamer Station, May 2009

Seamer Station Today

Seamer is now very much a shadow of its former-self, but is one of the few intermediate stations which remain open on the York to Scarborough mainline.

The line from Bridlington still remains, maintaining Seamer's junction status. The 1911 signal box still stands next to the platform with the front windows boarded up and painted green, but the North Eastern footbridge is long gone.

By 1993 the original signal box was in a derelict state, having been out of use for over 80 years and was demolished shortly after that.

All the buildings in the goods yard survived into the late 1970's, although the yard itself had closed in the early 1960's.

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