Location type


Names and dates

Settle (New Station) (1876-1879)
Settle (1879-)

Station code: SET National Rail
Where: Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, England
Opened on the Settle and Carlisle Line (Midland Railway).


This is a two platform station in the south west of the town of Settle. The main station building is on the southbound platform. The town is also served by the more distant Giggleswick station further to the west.

The goods yard was to the south on the east side of the line, with a looped line, cattle pens and goods shed. The signal box was to the south of the station, located between the running lines and goods yard.

The signal box closed in 1984 and was relocated further north in 1997 and subsequently restored. It can be found behind the south end of the southbound platform.

The station is notable for the converted former water tank which can be seen on the east side of the station's road entry.




A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: The Lake Counties v. 14 (Regional Railway History)

An Illustrated History of Carlisle's Railways

Carlisle (Rail Centres)
Line by Line - the Settle & Carlisle
Midlands & North West (Railway Track Diagrams)

On Either Side - the Settle-Carlisle Line: A guide for rail travellers on the Leeds-Settle-Carlisle line: 4

The Leeds, Settle & Carlisle Railway: The Midland Route to Scotland

The Line That Refused to Die

The Settle and Carlisle Line: A Nostalgic Trip Along the Whole Route from Hellifield to Carlisle (British Railways Past and Present Companion)