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66140 takes a coal train south through Racks on 13 May 2010. Note the name of the station (closed in 1965) formed out of white bricks on the side of the cutting to the left of the first vehicle.
John Furnevel [13/05/2010]


The converted station building at Racks looking east across the lines in May 2008. During its 117 years as a station until closure in 1965 the (still noticeable) difference in height between the main building and platform level was overcome by the use of two fenced diagonal ramps built into the slope with the remainder of the area occupied by a profusion of shrubbery and flower beds.
John Furnevel [21/05/2008]


A Carlisle - Glasgow Central train heads for Dumfries along the G&SW route just west of Racks on a bright and frosty 17 December.
Brian Smith [17/12/2006]
All photographs of Racks
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