Abbey Junction [NBR]
Abbey Junction [CR]
Black Dyke Halt
Low Row [Cumbria]
| Kirkbride Junction|
Solway Chemical Works
Border Counties Chemical Works
Silloth Corn Mills
Britishg Sidac Factory
Brayton Domain Colliery
Silloth New Dock
Silloth Marshall Dock
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|/ /1864||Solway Junction Railway|
Act receives Royal assent for a line consisting to two parts: Kirtlebridge (Caledonian Railway) to Kirkbride Junction (Carlisle and Silloth Bay Railway and Dock) and Abbeyholme Junction (Carlisle and Silloth Bay Railway and Dock) to Brayton (Maryport and Carlisle Railway). The first part will cross the considerable Solway Viaduct between Scotland an England. The Act included an Annan Waterfoot Branch and a Port Carlisle Branch both of which were not built.
|/ /1867||Carlisle and Silloth Bay Railway and Dock|
Running powers for the Caledonian Railway, who would work the Solway Junction Railway, obtained for the North British Railway owned line between Kirkbride Junction and Abbeyholme Junction.
|/ /1882||Carlisle and Port Carlisle Railway and Dock
Carlisle and Silloth Bay Railway and Dock|
Caledonian Railway granted running powers between Abbeyholme Junction and Canal Yard (where connection was made with the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway) over the North British Railway controlled lines.
|/ /1882||Solway Junction Railway|
North British Railway gains running powers over the Solway line from Abbeyholme Junction and Brayton Junction