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A 'Black 5' approaches Plantation Bridge with a mixed freight train in late steam days.

Burneside in steam days.  A local train approaches the crossing on Hollins Lane.

A busy Windermere station seen in LMS days.  At this time there were four platforms in use.

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A Pacer train in Tyne and Wear colours leaves Burneside for Staveley. There was a delightful randomness about train liveries on the Branch in late British Rail days.

Recent winters have not usually been very snowy.  The 09:37 from Windermere seen on 13th December 2015.  This train is passing the open fields between Burneside and Kendal.

Windermere station in its current form, showing the same platform as the view above, taken about 70 years earlier. The old trainshed (left background) is now Booths supermarket.

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 Another view of Windermere station, before the extra shelter was built, and the art work put up.

 A train from Oxenholme frightens a pigeon as it rolls in to Kendal station in autumn 2009.

Kendal College  Art student Logan Roberts at Windermere station in front of his art work panel.

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All black and white photos on this page are © Cumbrian Railways Association, Colour photos © LLRUG

Thanks to Alan Johnstone for the map of the Lakes Line.

 At Oxenholme passengers hurry to board the Lakes Line train which has just arrived from Windermere.

 Visitors about to get to know the Lake District by bike, using bikes from the Country Lanes Cycle Hire depot at Windermere station.

 
January 2017. Northern's 156 144 forming the 10:29 from Preston to Windermere enters Oxenholme station along the new, faster approach track installed in spring 2016. The 18:03 from Windermere to Preston waits at platform 3 at Oxenholme on 22nd September 2016.

5th January 2017.  A Windermere-bound train approaches Staveley crossing on a misty, frosty day.  This picture was taken from Craggy Wood, one of the many pleasant short walks from the village. 

 

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