Woodacre Crossing (1840-1974)
Opened on the Lancaster and Preston Junction Railway.
The former site of a level crossing where a footbridge crosses the railway alongside Woodacre Hall (to the west) and the M6 (to the east).
This was the site of a level crossing until the electrification of this part of the West Coast Main Line. Woodacre Hall bridge, just to the north and formerly just a farmer's access bridge, now carries the diverted road. There were railway cottages on the east side of the line just south of the level crosing.
The line crosses the Grizedale Brook just north of the footbridge and the former crossing with the road bridge just beyond that.
Scorton [Lancashire] [1st]
Scorton [Lancashire] [2nd]
Garstang and Catterall
Other railway and industry locations
Brock Water Troughs
Lancaster Old Junction
Spen Lane Signal Box
Lea Road Watertroughs
Constable Lane Signal Box
Oxheys Castle Market
Ashton Signal Box
Lancaster Castle [Castle]
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|