|BR 2MT 41214 arrives (KD Collection)|
|Type:||National Rail (Seaton-Uppingham Line)|
The station was opened by the London & North Western Railway in 1894. The branch line from Seaton had no intermediate stations. Uppingham is known for it's school and the school was able to run three special trains on the branch a few days before it officially opened . School specials were also run for four years after the station closed in 1960.
The station had a single platform but also had a goods yard with a number of cattle pens. The goods yard remained open until 1964 .
|Postcard view of Uppingham (Public domain)|
 Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith, Lines around Stamford (Middleton Press, 2016) Fig. 13
 Ibid. Fig. 16