How Mill (1838-1959)
Opened on the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway.
This was a two platform station and is now just a level crossing. The platforms were staggered with the westbound on the west side of the level crossing and eastbound to the east. Opposite the westbound siding was a looped siding, serving a loading bank. The eastbound platform was narrow, with a siding to its north, approached from the east. The signal box was on the south side of the line, east of the crossing.
A railway building survives on the west side of the crossing, north of the line, now a house. The yard to the east, without sidings, is a permanent way depot.
London Road [Carlisle]
Other railway and industry locations
Corby Gates Signal Box
Howe and Co Siding
Broadwath Gates Level Crossing
Milton Level Crossing
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