SCRCA Heritage Hotspot 09: Langwathby Station

This page allows you to 'virtually visit' the Langwathby Station section of the Settle-Carlisle Railway Conservation Area (SCRCA). The responsive grid below shows all of the assessed standing structures at the station.   Show / hide tips

  • As this page is intended to encourage and inform a 'real world' visit, structures are only displayed if they are visible from a publicly accessible location and if a default image is available.
  • To view the images in a slideshow overlay, click / tap on an image.
    (NB: The slideshow will NOT run on devices with a screen width of less than 400px, or if you attempt to open it in a new window.)
  • To view additional information and / or images relating to a location, click / tap on the location's name / brief description.
  • To view details of ALL the structures and sites in the area, regardless of their status etc., use the Gazetteer.

Practical Considerations

If you are considering a 'real world' visit to Langwathby Station, you might like to note the following:

  • The station lies on the south-eastern edge of the village and the route between station and village centre is paved throughout.
  • All of the structures featured on this page are visible from the station platforms, the station car-park and / or the station approach road. The frontage of the workers' cottages can be viewed by walking a few hundred yards (turn left at the end of the station approach road, then bear left).
  • Useful information for rail-passengers (e.g. details of station facilities, fares and train times) can be obtained from the following:

Section menu for heritage hotspots