Hest Bank South Junction
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Hest Bank South Junction is a railway junction in Lancashire, England. It is located where the Morecambe Branch Line joins the former London and North Western Railway (LNWR) line (now the West Coast Main Line (WCML)) in the up direction between Lancaster and Carnforth. It is also known as Morecambe South Junction. This line is currently being considered to become a community railway.
This junction along with Hest Bank North Junction and Bare Lane Junction forms a triangular junction with the WCML. This junction is controlled from Preston Power Signal Box. The section to Bare Lane was double track until the late 1980s.
- Oliver, Henry (1894). Hand-book and Appendix of Stations, Junctions, Sidings, Collieries, &c., on the Railways in United Kingdom. McCorquodale & Co., Limited. p. 153.
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