Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways is campaigning for a new station at Uphill to replace Bleadon and Uphill station, which closed in 1964. The location of the proposed station is on the Great Western line between Weston-super-Mare and Highbridge. Services would be provided by stopping trains on Great Western Railways’ Bristol Temple Meads – Weston-super-Mare – Taunton route.
Possible location of Uphill station

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Further reading

Disused railway stations on the Bristol to Exeter Line – Wikipedia

Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways – Plan for Rail