Work starts on transformation of former North Yorkshire railway site
Work is underway to transform a former North Yorkshire railway station, which played a key role in World War Two D-Day preparations, into a £20m housing development.
Wetherby-based Berkeley DeVeer is breathing new life into the three-acre brownfield site at West Tanfield, six miles north of Ripon.
Surrounded by countryside, the development - known as Regency Place - was once home to Tanfield station, which opened in 1875, before closing to passengers in 1931, and shutting down completely in 1963.
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