Rail-served industries are businesses located close to the railway between Hellifield and Carlisle that have (or at one time had) their own railway siding(s) to either send or receive freight by rail. The range of rail-served industries that have been associated with the Settle-Carlisle Railway Conservation Area at some point in history includes quarries, timber extraction, dairies, lime works, mills and other factories.
SCRCA Location Type: Rail-served Industry
The following examples from the SCRCA Project database illustrate this location type. Locations are only displayed here if the site or structure has been assessed and if a default image is available. The locations are grouped by 'variant' (where appropriate), then sorted by Location ID.
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