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From Maryport to Carlisle.

Maryport 

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(London and North Western Railway)

Dearham Bridge 

Brigham 
(London and North Western Railway)

Bullgill Junction? 
(For Brigham)

Bullgill 

Aspatria

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Aspatria is a two platform station. Until the 1990s it retained its signalbox at the north end. The station building has been recently rennovated. The station was at the south end of a loop line which branched off at Wigton and ran parallel to the main line but at a higher level.

Aspatria Junction? 
(For loop)

Baggrow 
(On closed loop)

Mealsgate 
(On closed loop)

High Blaithwaite 
(On closed loop)

Brayton

Brayton Junction?
(Solway Junction Railway

Leegate

Leegate Junction?
(For loop)

Wigton

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Crofton 

Curthwaite 

Dalston

Open. There are oil sidings at this station.

Cummersdale 

Carlisle Citadel 
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(Caledonian Railway
(Newcastle and Carlisle Railway) (North Eastern Railway
(London and North Western Railway
(Border Union Railway) (North British Railway
(Glasgow, Dumfries and Carlisle Railway) (Glasgow and South Western Railway
(Midland Railway


Page created on 20/01/1998
Page last edited on: 24/03/2012
Contact: Ewan Crawford