Hawes Junction (1876-1900)
Hawes Junction and Garsdale (1900-1932)
Opened on the Settle and Carlisle Line (Midland Railway).
Opened on the Hawes Branch (Midland Railway).
This is a two platform station. Midland Railway style buildings remain on the platforms and there is a fine signal box.
To the north of the station was formerly the junction for Hawes. To serve this the southbound platform had a further face. The trackbed of this now lifted line is a car park.
Kirkby Stephen East
Low Gill [2nd]
Low Gill [1st]
Other railway and industry locations
Moss Dale Head Tunnel
Rise Hill Tunnel
Ais Gill Summit
Ais Gill Viaduct
Dent Head Viaduct
Blea Moor Tunnel
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
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Carlisle (Rail Centres)
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