c1865 1: 2,500 OS map. Keswick station is shown shortly after it opened. The main building is on the down (south) platform and the large 'Railway Hotel' (actually called 'Keswick Hotel') is adjacent, to the south. The subsidiary building can be seen on the up platform. Goods traffic is handled in the yard to the west on the down side of the running lines, and one of the sidings passes through the goods warehouse with access to a wagon turntable beyond. An adjacent siding handles coal, as indicated by the cross bars representing coal cells. This siding ends with a wagon turntable providing connection to the siding which passes through the goods warehouse. Two sidings are shown on the up side, also west of the passenger station.