Ingleton Branch (London and North Western Railway)

Introduction

This line is closed.




Locations along the line

These locations are along the line.



The old railway weighbridge and associated goods yard offices at Sedbergh, Cumbria, in October 2014. Closure to goods took place in 1964 and since ...
Mark Bartlett 28/10/2014
The old goods shed and the concrete provender store at Sedbergh have been used by Dawsons merchants since they railway yard closed in 1964. The ...
Mark Bartlett 28/10/2014
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But for the Midland and LNWR falling out, the Clapham to Lowgill railway would have been the main line to Scotland from West Yorkshire. It was ...
Mark Bartlett 25/02/2012
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Middleton-on-Lune, on the former Low Gill to Clapham line, served a rural district rather than any particular settlement and closed in 1931, 23 years ...
Mark Bartlett 31/01/2009
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Looking north along the Clapham to Low Gill trackbed just south of the site of Barbon station in December 2017. The station closed to passengers in ...
Mark Bartlett 27/12/2017
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Kirkby Lonsdale station, from the overbridge at the south end of the station site looking north towards Sedbergh and Low Gill. The station closed in ...
Mark Bartlett 14/02/2015
Dusk at Kirkby Lonsdale and the lights are on in the pottery and tea room that were tastefully built on to the station building where the platform ...
Mark Bartlett 29/10/2011
Kirkby Lonsdale station closed to passengers in 1954, although the Low Gill to Clapham line continued to see freight, diversions and specials into the ...
Mark Bartlett 15/10/2011
Half a bridge is better than none. Just east of the old Kirkby Lonsdale station, on the Low Gill to Clapham line, is the village of Cowan ...
Mark Bartlett 20/01/2013
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Ingleton had two stations, one on either side of its end-on junction between the MR and the LNWR. The site of one of them is now a community centre, ...
Ken Strachan 10/05/2009
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