Weedon railway station was located to the north of Weedon Bec in Northamptonshire, England on the West Coast Main Line. It was a junction station, being the starting point of the Weedon to Leamington Spa branch line, with one bay platform dedicated for terminating branch line trains.
The station also housed a busy goods depot which was attacked by German aircraft during World War II.
The station closed for passengers on 15 September 1958, concurrent with closure of the branch to ; it was demolished soon afterwards.
Accidents and incidents
Weedon rail crashes
Two serious derailments occurred south of the station in 1915 and 1951, killing 10 and 15 people respectively.
Transport advocacy group Sustainable Transport Midlands is campaigning for a new parkway station to be built in Weedon to serve Daventry. In an interview with BBC News, Councillor Phil Larratt, West Northamptonshire Council cabinet member for Transport said 'West Northamptonshi