Bowes Station

Bowes station served a small community and was the last stopping point for trains climbing up to Stainmore. Some of the buildings have survived but are in a perilous state. Others, including the signalbox, are squashed beneath a large farm building. The trackbed immediately west of the station now forms part of the A66, a major trans-Pennine trunk road.

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July 08

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