Cumbrian Coast Line :: Shared Description

This railway follows the West Cumbria Coast from Barrow to Carlisle. First opened in 1844 and completed in 1866.
by N Chadwick
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SD2877 : Platform 3, Ulverston Station by Adrian Taylor
NY0336 : Maryport Station Signal Box by Rose and Trev Clough
NY3650 : 66301 approaching Dalston station - March 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
SD2085 : Foxfield Railway Station by JThomas
NY0235 : "Scots Guardsman" leaving Maryport - March 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
SD1970 : Railway signal, Barrow-in-Furness Station by Adrian Taylor
NY3650 : 153304 approaching Dalston - March 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
SD0896 : Ravenglass mainline station by N Chadwick
NX9718 : Air Shaft No.5, Whitehaven Tunnel by Adrian Taylor
NY2548 : Old photograph - Wigton railway station - May 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
NX9718 : Signals at the end of the platform, Whitehaven Station by N Chadwick
SD0896 : River Mite Viaduct by N Chadwick
NY0938 : Trains at Bullgill, Cumbria - November 2017 (1) by The Carlisle Kid
SD2085 : Signal box, Foxfield Railway Station by JThomas
NX9718 : The Preston train pulls into Whitehaven Station by N Chadwick
SD0896 : Footpath across the Mite Viaduct (2) by N Chadwick
NY3650 : Passenger train approaching Dalston - January 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
SD4077 : Footpath beside Bailey Lane Crossing by Adrian Taylor
SD2085 : Water tower and signal box, Foxfield Railway Station by JThomas
NY3952 : 37218 & 37609 near Cummersdale - April 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
SD2085 : Water tower, Foxfield Station by N Chadwick
NY3550 : 66221 approaching Dalston - November 2017 by The Carlisle Kid
NY0938 : Trains at Bullgill, Cumbria - November 2017 (4) by The Carlisle Kid
NY0005 : Railway at Braystones by Albert Bridge
NY0938 : Former Bullgill station building - November 2017 by The Carlisle Kid

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Created: Wed, 29 Sep 2010, Updated: Wed, 29 Sep 2010

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