Station plans and details of parking and other facilities etc can be found on the National Rail website

This page lists stations on the Cumbrian Coast line and some of those further south on the Furness line.

Most stations have footbridges to cross from one platform to the other. Exceptions include Carlisle where there is a ramp, stairs and lifts and Barrow with stairs and lifts. Maryport, Corkickle, Nethertown and Braystones only have a single platform. Whitehaven and Foxfield island platforms do not have steps. At Workington staff can help wheelchair users across the tracks. There is road access to both platforms at St Bees, Seascale, Drigg, Ravenglass (though a fair walk), Bootle, Silecroft and Askam.

All stations except Nethertown and Braystones have ticket machines which normally take cards only.

For the best views sit on the right hand side of the train from Carlisle, left from Barrow.

There are lots of interesting places to visit from the line and many are listed below. A good initial site is Visit Cumbria. The station details below suggest some walks.

Carlisle – change for Lancaster, Manchester, Birmingham, London, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dumfries lines

¦ 4 miles between Carlisle and Dalston

Dalston

¦ 7 1/2 miles

Wigton

¦ 8 1/4 miles

Aspatria

¦ 7 1/2 miles

Maryport

¦ 2 miles

Flimby

¦ 3 3/4 miles

Workington

¦ 1 3/4 miles

Harrington

¦ 3 1/2 miles

Parton

¦ 1 1/4 miles

Whitehaven

¦ 1 mile

Corkickle

¦ 3 1/2 miles

St Bees

¦ 3 miles

Nethertown

¦ 1 1/4 miles

Braystones

¦ 2 miles

Sellafield

¦ 1 3/4 miles

Seascale

¦ 2 1/4 miles

Drigg

¦ 2 1/4 miles

Ravenglass – change for Eskdale line

¦ 4 3/4 miles

Bootle

¦ 5 1/2 miles

Silecroft

¦ 3 miles

Millom

¦ 2 /12 miles

Green Road

¦ 2 miles

Foxfield

¦ 2 1/4 miles

Kirkby in Furness

¦ 3 1/4 miles

Askam

¦ 6  miles

Barrow in Furness – change on most trains for Carnforth and Lancaster line for Leeds, Morecambe, Heysham, Manchester, Birmingham and London
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