Arnside railway station

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Arnside railway station is a railway station that serves the village of Arnside in Cumbria, England.It is located on the Furness Line from Barrow-in-Furness to Lancaster. It is managed & operated by Northern. A short distance west of the station, the railway crosses the Kent estuary on an impressive 50-span viaduct that is some 1,558-foot (475 m) long. This historic structure underwent major repairs & refurbishment, including the complete replacement of the rail deck in 2011. Similar work was carried out on the nearby Leven Estuary viaduct in the spring of 2006.

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Arnside Station. Opened for passengers on the Arnside-Lancaster Railway c 1857. Hincaster Branch opened 1976. Original, half-timbered syle, station replaced by present building on acquisition of the railway by the L.M.S. c 1922.

Arnside Railway Station, Arnside, United Kingdom where it sited