Category:Carlisle railway station

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Main Wikipedia article: Carlisle railway station
English: Carlisle railway station, sometimes called Carlisle Citadel Station, serves the city of Carlisle in Cumbria. The station was opened in 1847, and expanded and extended in 1875–76 with the arrival of the Midland Railway.
Carlisle railway station 
Carlisle railway station - Cumbria - England - 2005-06-25.jpg
Instance of railway station
Named after
Location Carlisle, United Kingdom
  • Virgin Trains
Heritage designation
  • Grade II* listed building
Date of official opening 1847
Connecting line
Adjacent station
Authority control
OSM relation ID: 1782890
National Heritage List for England number: 1196969
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