Dalston Road Siding

Location type


Name and dates

Dalston Road Siding

Opened on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.

Nearby stations
Carlisle Canal [Station]
Crown Street
Port Carlisle Junction
Carlisle London Road
Scotby [NER]
Parkhouse Halt
Scotby [MR]
Carr Biscuits
Dentonholme North Goods Junction
Caldew Viaduct [Dentonholme North]
Caldew Viaduct [Dentonholme Joint]
Dentonholme Goods
Dentonholme South Junction
Viaduct Goods
Dentonholme North Junction
West Walls Goods
Caldew Viaduct [NER]
Carlisle Gas Works
Carlisle North Junction
Caldew Viaduct [Dentonholme South]
West Walls Shed
Caldew Junction
Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.


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