Opened on the Settle and Carlisle Line (Midland Railway).
This is a two platform station with the main station building on the southbound platforms with a waiting shelter on the northbound platform. Buildings are of the Midland Railway style. The station is approached by a steep station road to the east.
There was a goods yard on a loop on the east side, south of the station.
On the west side, south of the station, a branch ran west to serve Horton Lime Works.
Settle Junction [Station]
Other railway and industry locations
Horton Lime Works
Helwith Bridge Quarry Siding
Dry Rig Quarry
Sheriff Brow Viaduct
Craven Lime Works
Blea Moor Sidings
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
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Carlisle (Rail Centres)
|Line by Line - the Settle & Carlisle|
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The Line That Refused to Die
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