Location type


Name and dates

Bowness (1870-1921)

Opened on the Solway Junction Railway.


This station was just to the south of the Solway Viaduct. The line was single track and the station had a loop and two platforms. The main building was on the southbound platform.

The signal box (1892) was at the south end of the northbound platform. The small goods yard was on the east side south of the station, approached from the south. Opposite was a siding on the west side, approached from the north.

The line closed completely in 1921.

Today the station building, extended, is a house.