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The station building at Dent “ Englands highest mainline railway station “ has been purchased by the Friends of the Settle-Carlisle Line (FoSCL). Standing at 1,200 ft above sea level, and situated on the western slopes of the Pennines and within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Dent station is regarded as one of the jewels ...
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England's highest stations car park has been transformed after a major overhaul. Work to resurface the car park and bus turning circle at Northern's picturesque Dent station, which stands at a height of 1150 feet above sea level, is now complete.
Dent: Northern 156498 restarts from Dent on 1 November 2004, while operating a Leeds - Carlisle service. The station has changed little over the years - which is more than can be said for the snow fence.
Dent: The 0926 Carlisle - Leeds train arrives at Dent Station on 9 January 2010. Trains ran very well over the snowy period which lasted about 5 weeks, although the evening train back on this particular day did lose time due to having to creep through Blea Moor tunnel as a result of giant icicles!