Explore the SCRCA: v2 - Aerial Imagery

This page allows you to 'virtually explore' the Settle-Carlisle Railway Conservation Area (SCRCA) using aerial imagery. It mimics a 'real world' visit[1], so markers are only displayed for assessed standing structures and open / operational sites[2] where a default image is available.   Show / hide tips

  • If desired, set the filter then click / tap the 'Apply Filter' button.
  • If you set the filter to 'Any', be patient. More than 700 locations will be mapped and this takes time.
  • Note that the marker-positioning is approximate. (It can never be entirely accurate due to slight variations in the positioning of the map / aerial imagery tiles across different map types and scales.)
  • To view the name of a location and a photo, click / tap on its marker.
  • Unfortunately, it is currently NOT possible to switch between the aerial imagery and maps via 'layers'. However, the maps are available via the 'Explore Using Maps' option.

Errors and omissions
Reasonable efforts are being made to ensure the accuracy of the information obtained and uploaded as part of the SCRCA Project. However, it is possible that a few errors will have crept-in. If you notice any such errors, we would be grateful if you would bring them to our attention using the SCRCA Project Contact Form. The Friends of the Settle-Carlisle Line and the members of the SCRCA Project Team do NOT guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in this database. If you intend to use and / or act upon any of this information, you are advised to verify its accuracy BEFORE doing so.