Structure / Site Summary for 304120

Bridge SAC/346 - Cumwhinton Road / B6263 (PROW - road)

304120: Bridge SAC/346 - B6263 Cumwhinton Road:Cab-view video-still (northbound)

Key details from the SCRCA Structure Record

Brief description: Bridge SAC/346 - Cumwhinton Road / B6263 (PROW - road)

Assessment status: Assessed

Location 1 - Rail-miles: 304

Location 2 - Chains: 9.00

Location 3 - Position relative to main running lines (tracks): Above

Is a structure of this type shown at this location on the MR 1911 landplan?: Yes

Construction / installation period: MR-C

Current Use: Railway ops

Visibility: Part-visible

Accessibility (ease of access): Easy

The List Entry Number (LEN) for this structure is 1335565.

The relevant entry in "The National Heritage List for England" can be reviewed at:
http://list.english-heritage.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1335565


List Entry Extract(s)

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List entry Number (LEN) List Entry Name Protection Category List Entry County List Entry District List Entry National Park List Entry Source URL(s)
1335565 ROAD BRIDGE AT CUMWHINTON STATION      Gr-II Cumbria Carlisle    None

http://list.english-heritage.org.uk/resultsingle.aspx?uid=1335565


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Primary / Secondary References

Figure 86 shows the track layout for Cumwhinton, based upon information from a Midland Railway survey of 1911.

Plate 215 is an elevation view from the south-east of Cumwhinton, circa 1955.  Pictured from the public over bridge, south of the station, it shows a medium-sized building (/scrca/structure-summary/304140), well-maintained, and complete with all freed bargeboards.  The goods facilities here were more in keeping with those provided in smaller stations (/scrca/structure-summary/304210 and  /scrca/structure-summary/304220).  Note the position of the signal box to the north of the station beside the ‘up’ line (/scrca/structure-summary/304240).

Plate 216 is another image from the south but this time the south-west on 16 July 1955 - probably also taken form the public over bridge, south of the station.  Note the poster boards still bearing the legend LMS (some eight years after nationalisation of the railways).  The station closed completely on 5 November 1956.  The signal box can be seen in the distance (/scrca/structure-summary/304240).


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