Armathwaite Railway Station

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Armathwaite railway station is a railway station which serves the village of Armathwaite in Cumbria, England. The station is managed by Northern, who operate all trains serving it. It is now, since the closure of Cotehill (1952), Cumwhinton (1956) and Scotby (1942) stations, the final stop on the Settle-Carlisle Line before the terminus at Carlisle. It was opened in May 1876, closed in May 1970 when local passenger trains ceased on the route and reopened by British Rail in July 1986. By then, the original station building on the Carlisle-bound platform had been sold for private use so a passenger shelter was built at the northern end of that platform. A brick-built passenger waiting room exists on the Leeds-bound platform.

Source: Wikipedia

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2018 2126 0
2017 1054 0
2016 2511 0
2015 3367 0
2014 3557 0
2013 3882 0
2012 3918 0
2011 3391 0
2010 3421 0
2009 3184 0
2008 2492 0
2007 2651 0

Location Data

  • County Council: Cumbria County Council
  • District Council: Eden District Council
  • County Council Electoral Division: Greystoke and Hesket
  • Civil Parish/community: Hesket
  • District Council Ward: Hesket
  • European Region: North West
  • UK Parliament Constituency: Penrith and The Border

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