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Falstone, as seen from the roadside in June 2013, showing the extensions that have been made in converting the station into holiday accommodation. [See image 31527] for the platform side view. Neighbouring Plashetts station did not fare so well after closure as it was demolished and the site lies under Kielder Water. There are good photographs of all the Border Counties stations prior to closure on the excellent Disused Stations website.
Mark Bartlett [07/06/2013]


The trackbed of the Border Counties Railway through Falstone looking south towards Bellingham in September 2003. The former station master^s house is nearest the camera, with the stone signal box at the far end. The whole site is currently undergoing refurbishment and conversion for use as holiday accommodation.
John Furnevel [24/09/2003]


Falstone station, undergoing further conversion to residential/holiday accomodation. The platform side is seen here lit by a low winter afternoon sun on 5 November 2007. The stone signal box at the far end of the platform has been subsumed within the overall structure as a result of the insertion of a new extension (green section) between it and the main building, while modifications have also been carried out to the front of the old station. View south east along the Border Counties trackbed towards Bellingham.
John Furnevel [05/11/2007]
All photographs of Falstone
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