Just east of Annan station 156435 takes to the single track as it heads for Carlisle. By modern (slightly peculiar) naming standards the train would be passing ^Annan Junction^. Behind the camera was Solway Junction, the point of divergence between the lines to Carlisle and the Solway Viaduct. The railway has since been re-doubled.
Ewan Crawford [//1998]

Solway Junction, looking east, in 1998. The line to Carlisle (left) has since been doubled and the line to the Solway Viaduct (right - now a series of houses) was double track for a short length.
Ewan Crawford [//1998]
All photographs of Solway Junction