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Haverthwaite railway station
England

The station opened on the 1 June 1869, with sidings and a goods shed. The station originally served the nearby village of Haverthwaite, Cumbria. The station has a main building which houses a booking hall and waiting room. There is also a toilet block and plenty of outside seating. The station has a footbridge and a second platform, however these are not in use. Haverthwaite also is the location of the engine sheds and workshops.

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haverthwaite_railway_station

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