List number: 1303087
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NY6592865490

Former Station, Greenhead


The former station-master's house, now private dwelling, was built in c.1836 for the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway Co. It is a Grade II listed building.

Greendale railway station opened on the 19th of July 1836 as part of the Tyne Valley Line from Newcastle to Carlisle. Greenhead station closed in 1967, though trains still pass through the village. The nearest open station is in Haltwhistle, about 3 miles away. The area near the former station is now being used by a coal merchant.

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Blenkinsop crossing - Greenhead (August 2016 - 7)

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Trains at Greenhead - August 2016 (1)

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Greenhead

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Trains at Greenhead - August 2016 (2)

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Newcastle to Carlisle Railway Line

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Site of former Greenhead station, 1997

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Greenhead: northward beside site/remains of station, 1997

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