Hayles Abbey Halt
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The replacement Hayles Abbey Halt on the 13th August, 2017
Hayles Abbey Halt (the nearby abbey and village are spelt "Hailes") was opened in September 1928, coinciding with opening of a museum in the ruins of the Abbey. It had two platforms constructed of railway sleepers, each with a small "hut" for a waiting room. The halt came under the jurisdiction of Toddington and was closed on the 7th March 1960. A new halt was opened by the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway in June 2017, the "railway" spelling being kept.