Kirkby-in-Furness Railway Station

Facts and Figures

Kirkby-in-Furness railway station serves the village of Kirkby-in-Furness in Cumbria, England. The railway station is a request stop on the scenic Cumbrian Coast Line. Some through trains to the Furness Line stop here. It is operated by Northern Rail who provide all passenger train services.

The name Kirkby-in-Furness did not exist until the creation of the railway line. The village in fact is an amalgamation of six smaller villages/hamlets. The name Kirkby was chosen almost at random by the train company for the station and was eventually used for the collection of villages. In Victorian times it gained some fame as the station with the longest platform seat in the country. This though was removed many years ago.

Source: Wikipedia

Station Facts

Annual Usage Figures

Year Entry/Exit Interchange
2018 3464 0
2017 6142 0
2016 4148 0
2015 5191 0
2014 4998 0
2013 4903 0
2012 4518 0
2011 4235 0
2010 3705 0
2009 2609 0
2008 2562 0
2007 2178 0

Location Data

  • UK Parliament Constituency: Barrow and Furness
  • District Council Ward: Broughton
  • County Council: Cumbria County Council
  • County Council Electoral Division: High Furness
  • Civil Parish/community: Kirkby Ireleth
  • European Region: North West
  • District Council: South Lakeland District Council

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