[Source:Alan Young]

1889  1: 2,500 OS map. Despite opening to passengers in 1888 neither this nor any other large scale OS plan published later seems to have shown the station, although North Lonsdale Crossing itself is named. The station was shown on maps at a smaller scale. The station was immediately north of the crossing where the signal box is shown west of the double track and a small building is shown to the east. North Lonsdale is an important hub for goods and mineral lines. The North Lonsdale Iron & Steel Works lies a short distance north-east of the station and the small settlement of Sandside, including an hotel, is about 100yd south-west with a direct track to the station

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