Opened on the Alston Branch (Newcastle and Carlisle Railway).
This was the terminus of the Alston Branch of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.
The terminus had a single platform with a loop covered by a timber trainshed which was braced between a wall to the west and the station building. The station building still stands.
There was a goods yard to the north and east of the site.
Some years after closure the station re-opened as the terminus of the narrow gauge South Tynedale Railway. This is a 2 ft line extending progressively north from the station along the former Alston Branch trackbed towards Haltwhistle.
The former goods yard is now the Hub Museum. In 2017 a new glazed roof and second platform were provided at the station.
Bishopside Halt Milk Platform
Lazonby and Kirkoswald
Other railway and industry locations
Killhope Lead Mine
Allen Smelting Mill
Eden Lacy Viaduct
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|