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Looking south towards Ravenglass at Drigg station in July 2013. The mechanical signalbox controls colour light signals that protect the level crossing and form a block section between Sellafield and Bootle boxes. Note the steps on both low platforms to allow easier access to the trains. Presumably these will in due course be replaced by the new Harrington Humps as at Seascale, the next station north of here.
Mark Bartlett [27/07/2013]


The siding at the Low Level Waste Repository facilities at Drigg. This lies a short distance north of Drigg station and is seen here from a train heading north along the Cumbrian Coast in November 2017. Occasional nuclear loads for the Drigg repository originate a short distance north of here at Sellafield.
Mark Bartlett [16/11/2017]


156426, on a Carlisle to Barrow service, calls at the Drigg request stop on the Cumbrian Coast line. The station building is now used as a craft and coffee shop. The rail served BNFL facility at Drigg lies alongside the station.
Mark Bartlett [27/07/2013]
All photographs of Drigg
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