Glasson Dock Branch (London and North Western Railway)






Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.

This is a five platform station.
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Lancaster and Carlisle Railway
Delivery of the three-car CAF 195s seems to be nearing completion. Here is 195130, from a planned sub-class of thirty three units, on test at ...
Mark Bartlett 04/10/2019
Dusk at Lancaster on Saturday 18th January 2020, but just enough light to capture four Freightliner 66s heading from Crewe to Carlisle New Yard. The ...
Mark Bartlett 18/01/2020
Freightliner 66607 takes the Up Through line at Lancaster (Castle) heading from Hardendale to Tunstead on 23rd October 2019. In Platform 3 195125 ...
Mark Bartlett 23/10/2019
The last Fellsman of the 2017 season was entrusted to 8F 2-8-0 48151, seen here making a very spirited climb of the bank out of Lancaster on ...
Mark Bartlett 29/08/2017
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The Glasson Dock Branch trackbed on the 80th anniversary of its closure to passengers in 1930. This view looks north towards Lancaster from near ...
Mark Bartlett 07/07/2010
A rising tide flows into the Conder estuary and under the old railway bridge. The highest tides will almost touch the deck but the bridge takes on a ...
Mark Bartlett 07/03/2016
This cattle creep at Conder Green hasn't carried a train since 1964 but, following a rebuild, still performs a useful role in 2015 taking the Glasson ...
Mark Bartlett 09/08/2015
The Glasson Dock branch bridge over the tidal River Conder carried its last train in 1964 but is now part of a cycle way from Lancaster. View towards ...
Mark Bartlett 23/06/2008
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'MV Silver River' at its usual berth loading general cargo for the Isle of Man at Glasson Dock on 18th October 2019. This vessel provides an (almost) ...
Mark Bartlett 18/10/2019
Sixty or so years after wagons were last shunted down to the Glasson Dock basins, over a level crossing and this low embankment, there has been a lot ...
Mark Bartlett 04/11/2018
A view along the East Wall at Glasson Dock. Rails formerly ran along the line now covered by the sea defence wall and continued round to join those ...
Mark Bartlett 24/07/2014
Extract from an early 20th Century map showing the railway facilities in Glasson Dock. The small station was sited well to the east of the village ...
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