Burneside railway station
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Burneside railway station is in Burneside, Cumbria, England. The station is situated on the Windermere Branch Line from Oxenholme to Windermere. It only has one platform, although before the branch was reduced to single track it, like the other stations on the line, had two.
To the east of the station can be found the only two semaphore signals on the line guarding the manually operated road crossing.
Weekdays there is an hourly service to Windermere, and return to Oxenholme of which 6 services continue to Preston and Manchester. Sundays, there is an hourly service to Windermere and return to Oxenholme.
Until December 2012 Burneside was a request stop.
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