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Preserved Stanier Black 5 no 4767 stands at Seascale station on the Cumbrian Coast with a ^Santa Special^ on 27 December 1980. The train, which had originated from Hull, had been organised by the Hull Locomotive Preservation Group. [With thanks to Messrs Smith, Parry and Palmer]
Peter Todd [27/12/1980]


A Northern Class 156 calls at Seascale on 25 March 2017 while working the 1533 hrs from Barrow to Carlisle.
John McIntyre [25/03/2017]


Three items of interest in this view of Seascale^s southbound platform. The old Furness Railway water tower is a prominent local landmark. To its right is the old goods shed, which is now the town^s Sports Centre. On the platform itself is a Harrington Hump which provides level access to trains. These were pioneered at the station of the same name, just north of Whitehaven, and provide a cost effective alternative to raising low platforms along their full length. They are appearing at various Cumbrian Coast stations and elsewhere in the UK.
Mark Bartlett [27/07/2013]
All photographs of Seascale
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