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Station House, Alston

Station with station-master's house, built in 1852 as the terminus to the Alston Branch of the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. This is a Grade II listed building on the National Heritage List for England.

Alston Station 1852 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Alston Moor Civil Parish
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Alston Station

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Alston station

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Alston Railway Station

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STATION HOUSE - Alston - List Entry
- "Station with station-master's house; built 1852 as terminus to Alston branch of Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. Coursed, squared rubble with string course between floors. Welsh slate roofs with corniced stone …

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List number: 1325522
List grade: 2
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY7170846714


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