SCRCA site 234491: Settle Junction Station

SCRCA Location Introduction

Settle Junction Station opened for passenger traffic on  October  2nd, 1876  and  closed just thirteen  months  later on November 1st, 1877.

The main station building was of the 'small' or 'type 3' standard Crossley design. Following the closure of the station to passenger traffic, it was used as a gangers’ hut for many decades before being demolished in the late 1960s.

All that remains of the station buildings today is a short length of dressed stone wall forming part of the railway boundary with the adjacent A65 road.

234220: Settle South Junction Signal Box: Context view from the south east

Key details from the Location Record

Location Type
Railway Station
Location Variant
Station Status - Closed (No passenger service)
Assessment status
Assessed
Current Use(s)
Railway ops
Shown on a land plan?
Yes 
Construction / installation period
MR-C: Constructed by the Midland Railway Co. between 1869 and 31st December 1876.
Distance from London St.Pancras
234 miles and 40 chains
Position relative to running lines
Both sides
Visibility
This location IS visible from nearby publicly accessible land.
Accessibility (ease of access)
Easy
Protection Category
Not Applicable - demolished or relocated
Geographic Location
  View this location on aerial imagery.
 

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