This station was in the north of the town of Keswick and had three canopied through platforms. The station adjoined the Keswick Hotel, immediately to the south. The station closed in 1972 but the westbound platform and its canopy remain.
To the west of the station the goods and coal depot were on the south side of the through lines, approached from the west.
Latterly, after 1966, the station was a terminus for the line from Penrith. It closed in 1972.
Going east, the trackbed is now a footpath.
| Keswick Big Tunnel|
Threlkeld Granite Concrete Paving Works
Kelton Fell Quarry
Aspatria Pit No 1
Aspatria Pit No 2
|Location names in dark blue are on the same original line.|
|18/04/1966||Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway|
Keswick becomes a terminus as line to west is closed.
|04/03/1972||Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway|
Keswick to Penrith closed completely.
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Rails Through Lakeland: Illustrated History of the Workington, Cockermouth, Keswick, Penrith Railway
Rails Through Lakeland: v. 1: Illustrated History of the Workington, Cockermouth, Keswick, Penrith Railway (The nostalgia collection: Railway heritage)
Rails Through Lakeland: v. 2: Illustrated History of the Workington, Cockermouth, Keswick, Penrith Railway (The nostalgia collection: Railway heritage)
Return to Keswick: Case for a New Railway
|Strolling with Steam: Walks Along the Keswick Railway|
The Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith Railway (Oakwood Library of Railway History)