Langwathby railway station
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Langwathby railway station is a railway station which serves the village of Langwathby in Cumbria, England. It is operated by Northern Rail who provide all passenger train services. The station was built by the Midland Railway and opened in 1876. It closed when local stopping trains over the Settle-Carlisle Line were withdrawn in May 1970, but was reopened in July 1986.
The Carlisle-bound (down) station building has been converted into the Brief Encounter Tea Rooms and an antique shop. An enclosed bus-shelter style waiting room has been provided at the Carlisle end of the platform.
Six trains in each direction call at Langwathby on weekdays and three trains in each direction on Sundays. The station is also served two DalesRail trains from Preston & Blackpool North to Carlisle (and return) on Sundays during the summer months.
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|Lazonby & Kirkoswald|
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