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The west side of Whitehaven station looking south from Bransty signal box in 1987 with a terminated service from Carlisle standing at the buffer stops alongside the (relatively) new station building. On the east side of the station is a through platform with the line south towards Barrow entering a 1 kilometre long tunnel immediately after leaving the station. The former goods yard to the right now houses a Tesco Superstore.
Ian Dinmore [//1987]


A DRS class 37 on a charter at Whitehaven in September 2009.
Ian Dinmore [/09/2009]


156448 forming a southbound Northern Rail service disappearing into Whitehaven Tunnel on 20 August 2012. Next stop in two minutes time is Corkickle (easy for you to say!) en route to its ultimate destination at Barrow.
Brian Smith [20/08/2012]
All photographs of Whitehaven
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